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Cinnober appoints Tessier as COO of new post-trade subsidiary

14 February 2017  |  3503 views  |  0 Source: Cinnober

Cinnober recently announced the establishment of a new subsidiary that will provide real-time post-trade technology and services to investment banks.

The new subsidiary will modernize client clearing operations, a business area tightly squeezed by new regulatory obligations, higher capital requirements, and high spending on legacy IT infrastructures.

The first member of the management team to be announced is Patrick Tessier, who is joining the company as COO this week. Tessier’s most recent position was Global Head of Futures and OTC Clearing at Citi. Before that, he was EMEA Head of ETD Operations at UBS Investment Bank. Previous positions include CEO London Northern Europe at GL Trade, and European Head of Listed Derivatives Operations at Credit Suisse.
Tessier will be based in London together with a team of experts in bank clearing, back office, and risk management. Software development will be carried out primarily in Sweden, where Cinnober has its two main offices.

I am very happy to welcome Patrick to the Cinnober family,” says Veronica Augustsson, CEO of Cinnober. “He brings very valuable experience with a background of top positions in global investment banks. We both agree that these institutions have an enormous potential to improve and to become more efficient with our modular, real-time solution.”

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