Jay Nadler took over as CEO this month after his predecessor, Vin Caraher, accepted a position as a non-executive member of the company’s board of directors.
Nadler has held senior roles at other data and information-related companies, such as Interactive Data and Information Holdings, and has 30 years of experience in the information services industry.
In 2000, Nadler became a senior executive at Information Holdings, an intellectual property and science information provider that was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2004.
Speaking on his appointment, Nadler said: “I’m excited to return to the IP and science industry, and honoured to re-join the company now known as Clarivate Analytics.”
“The company is well positioned to leverage its leading brands to meet the critical needs of its customers across the innovation lifecycle. I look forward to working with our customers, the talented employees at Clarivate Analytics and Vin Caraher.”
Caraher worked in different parts of the Thomson Reuters business for more than 30 years and spent 20 years working with the IP & Science business.
He said: “I’ve had the opportunity to work with incredibly talented people from around the world and witnessed the company grow into the market leader it is today.”
“I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished and look forward to supporting and offering guidance to the business in my board capacity.”