We are excited to announce that Natasha Shamis, Founder and CEO of Strategic Innovation Advisors and former Chief Product and Strategy Officer at Liquidnet, has joined the MarketReader advisory board to assist with product development and strategy.
We look forward to working with Natasha to bring MarketReader insights to millions of users who need to know WHY asset prices are moving. She is dedicated to helping the MarketReader team develop the best possible platform that prioritizes user experience and delivers maximum value.
About Natasha Shamis
Natasha is an established product leader and strategist with a passion for building high-performing product organizations and innovative technology solutions. As Founder and CEO of Strategic Innovation Advisors, she advises companies on product strategy and execution, partnering with executive leaders to establish frameworks that elevate their competitive value and innovative output. Natasha has dedicated her career to designing technology that prioritizes the end investor, ensures financial transparency, and optimizes returns on investment. She is known for aiding companies in translating their vision into product roadmaps with meaningful deliverables that maximize both immediate revenue and long-term positioning.
In her prior role as Chief Product and Strategy Officer at Liquidnet, Natasha partnered with institutional investors around the globe on developing data-driven technology that optimized and transformed capital markets. She was a key driver of the firm’s growth, creating and leading a global team of corporate strategists, product managers, designers, and data analysts who were responsible for designing and delivering Liquidnet’s innovative suite of technology platforms. Upon achieving exponential revenue growth, Natasha then partnered with the CEO to achieve the successful acquisition of the firm.
Natasha was named “Technology Innovator of the Year” at Waters Technology’s Women in Technology Awards in 2019 and a “Rising Star” at the 2017 Markets Choice Awards, Women in Finance. She holds a BA in Computer Science from Columbia University.