Greg Davis

Greg Davis

Director of Sales, Sales Solutions, LinkedIn

Greg Davis

Greg is the Director of Sales for the Financial Services division at LinkedIn. He joined LinkedIn from The Fitch Group, where he was a Managing Director in the Strategy & Business Intelligence division. He joined Fitch Solutions in 2013 as Managing Director, Head of Americas Sales before moving to Fitch acquisition BMI Research as Global Head of Sales in early 2014. With his sales leadership background and experience on the executive board, Greg was able to leverage his commercial background to drive better outcomes for The Fitch Group companies (Fitch Ratings, Fitch Solutions, BMI Research).

Prior to Fitch, Greg spent 10 years at Thomson Reuters, where he was a top producer covering the hedge fund space and eventually went on to head the Americas sales team in the corporate services group. Previously to his time at Thomson Reuters, he spent 5 years on a fixed income, trading desk and also picked up experience in technology sales.

Greg has a degree in Finance & Marketing (BSBA) from the University of Denver, where he also played Varsity Soccer.

Greg was born and raised in Los Angeles (he has lived in all the "C" states, CA/CO/CT), he currently lives in Connecticut with his wife Amy and two teenage daughters, Paige & Hailey. He is an active volunteer in the community supporting various charities and he's passionate about health & fitness, competing whenever he can in CrossFit type competitions.


  • Thursday, October 08, 2015 9:15am - 10:00am

    Financial Reform: The Social Selling Act of 2015

    • Robert Knop, Assistant Vice President, Integrated Marketing, Pacific Life
    • Rich Essig, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development, Nolan Financial
    • Chris Andrews, Strategic Planning Manager, Wells Fargo
    • Greg Davis, Director of Sales, Sales Solutions, LinkedIn

    Over the years, the Financial Service sector has seen its’ fair share of ups and downs due to the regulated nature of this industry. The challenge for institutions to discover new and efficient ways to thrive in a global business environment has been vital. The market and landscape has changed as technologies have evolved and allowed consumers to become savvier while competition has vastly increased. Financial institutions are turning to social media and social selling in particular to overcome these challenges and rise above their competition. Social networks have become increasingly vital for agents, advisors and revenue producers to leverage in order to remain relevant, engaged and competitive to emerge as marketing leaders in this industry.