Third Bridge appoints Henry Long as Chief Commercial Officer

Third Bridge announces the appointment of Henry Long to the role of Chief Commercial Officer. Reporting to Paul Carr, Third Bridge's Global President, Henry will drive a world-class commercial capability and joins the company's Executive Leadership Team. He will oversee the Sales, Account Management, and Sales Strategy and Operations teams and be based in New York. He will oversee colleagues in London, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Mumbai.

Announcing the hire, Paul Carr, Third Bridge’s Global President said:

“I am delighted to welcome Henry to Third Bridge. We were uncompromising in our search for a world-class leader and I’m confident we found just the right person.  Henry brings over 20 years of experience leading commercial teams in the information services space and his track record of helping disruptive companies like ours to scale-up is terrific.  Over the last twelve years, Third Bridge has expanded to a team of around 1,000 colleagues.  I’m really looking forward to working with Henry as we continue to grow the business and drive strong revenue growth.”

Discussing his new role Henry said:”I’m really excited to join Third Bridge and help execute the next phase of their growth journey.   The core offer is strong, the culture is incredible, and there is an absolute determination to build for further growth.  My aim is to help take the organization to that next level, helping to realize global standards and put the company in front of more clients.  There is already a strong commercial ethos here so my job is to unlock the global collaboration and career development people strive for.”

Henry joins Third Bridge from Reorg Inc. where he served as Chief Revenue Officer to upgrade the sales model and drive growth. Prior to that, he oversaw a global team at S&P where he was tasked with integrating folks from legacy S&P as well as from two acquired companies: Capital IQ and SNL Financial.  Prior to S&P, Henry spent much of his career as a central figure in the growth story of SNL Financial.