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Itiviti appoints executive management team following merger with ULLINK

31 May 2018
Following a merger in early 2018, Itiviti and ULLINK have confirmed the entity will operate under the Itiviti name and corporate brand, and an executive management team has been announced

Itiviti, a global provider of multi-asset trading technology and financial infrastructure, today announced the appointment of a new executive management team, following the recent merger of Itiviti and ULLINK.

Torben Munch was previously announced as Chief Executive Officer of the combined entity, which will operate under the Itiviti name and corporate brand. He is now joined by six ULLINK and Itiviti executives on the new Itiviti management team.

Troels Philip Jensen will act as Chief Operating Officer, Klaus Andersen as Chief R&D Officer, Tony Falck as Chief Financial Officer, and Klaus Andersen as Chief R&D Officer – all previous Itiviti executives. Former ULLINK executives that have also been appointed are Karoline Raets as Chief Human Resources Officer, Richard Bentley as Chief Product Officer, and Edouard Ryst as Chief Information.

“With the new Itiviti executive management team in place, we have reached a significant milestone in the integration of our organisation, which is progressing rapidly,” said Torben Munch, CEO, Itiviti. “Itiviti’s business focus will be on growth and expansion, guided by clients’ demands for a technology partner to support their current and future needs. We enable our clients to seize opportunities in capital markets as and when they occur.”

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