Source: PayTech Consulting
2019 was a great year for PayTech Consulting as the company yet again set a new record in number of projects delivered to banks and other clients around the world.
The payments advisory services company now announces the appointment of Henning Holter as new Managing Director. Based in London, Henning will be overseeing the company’s global business.
Says Nicki Bull Bisgaard, Chairman of PayTech Group: ‘’It gives me great pleasure to be able to welcome Henning to our team as our new Managing Director. In times of significant changes in banking in general and in payments in particular, we are experiencing continued growth in demand for our highly specialised payments expertise from clients around the world. I am certain Henning will be instrumental in leveraging in the opportunities provided and secure continued growth for PayTech and for our clients’
Henning is an experienced fintech executive with a background building VC-funded tech start-ups, as well as in leadership roles in multinational companies. Most recently heading the financing services arms of the global procurement & e-invoicing firms Basware and Tungsten Network, where he launched a range of innovative working capital financing and payment solutions. Previously, he led the sales and commercial development of OpenGamma Ltd. - a fintech firm backed by Accel Partners and ICAP. Before joining OpenGamma, Henning was Head of Nordics for FactSet Research Systems, a global provider of financial data and portfolio analytics to investment professionals. He came to FactSet via the acquisition of StreamVPN, a company that pioneered systematic trade ideas capture in the asset management sector, where he was the Chief Operating Officer. He started his career in Arkwright Ltd, a leading European strategy consulting firm.
Henning received his B.Sc. in Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and an MBA from INSEAD.
Henning Holter comments: “I am very excited to be joining PayTech Group. I am joining a team with unique expertise in the payments sector at a time the industry is undergoing fundamental changes. Having delivered more than 600 projects in 32 countries around the world, the company is a well established and well respected operator, yet there is significant potential to grow as the industry evolves.”