Mark Evans is a true leader. He founded Confluence in 1991 with a vision of revolutionizing asset management through technology innovation and data management automation. Driven by Evans’ vision, in 1994 Confluence released Unity® Performance (formerly FundStation®), a product which today automates complex performance reporting for more than 40 percent of the leading global investment managers. Evans assumed the role of President and CEO in 1996 and was named Chairman and CEO in 2011. Under his leadership, Confluence has grown to be recognized as a global leader in fund administration automation. The company’s products today comprise the asset management industry’s only unified platform for global fund administration automation and, with its headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA, Confluence also operates offices of Confluence International in London and Luxembourg.
In addition to his role with Confluence, Evans is a dedicated community leader who passionately promotes business growth and the vitality of the non-profit community. A past Chairman of the Pittsburgh Technology Council, Evans serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, an organization which collaborates with public and private sector partners to stimulate economic growth and enhance the quality of life in southwestern Pennsylvania. Additionally, Evans is on the Board of Trustees for the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, including the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Carnegie Museum of Art, and is a board member for CivicScience, a technology company pioneering a new method of attitudinal research that captures opinions from broad segments of the consumer population.
Evans studied Computer Science at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh.