New York-based Electra Information Systems has established a London office.
Situated at 43-45 Portman Square in Westminster, the new office will be managed by the company’s managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Andrew Kaufmann.
Electra specialises in post-trade data aggregation, reconciliation, settlements and fee billing solutions, and was founded in 1998. The company currently serves in excess of 200 clients located in 14 countries across the world. Its solutions are used by a third of the top 50 investment management organisations.
Currently headquartered in New York, it’s been stated that the decision to set-up an office in England’s capital was taken as a result of significant growth in Electra’s EMEA client base.
Mr Kaufmann will report to the company’s CEO, John Landry, who commented on the opening of the new office in London.
Mr Landry stated: “This move underscores our commitment to better serve our current and potential clients, and further establish ourselves as a leading full service financial solutions provider in the dynamic EMEA market.”
Speaking about Mr Kaufmann, Mr Landry continued: “Andrew’s deep knowledge of the financial services market and diverse background, as well as his stellar reputation throughout the industry, makes him a perfectÂ for both Electra and our clients.”
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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