Itiviti has announced the appointment of Rob Mackay as company CEO. He will be taking over the position from April 1
Rob joins Itiviti from Fidelity National Information Services, a provider of banking technology solutions. He was the Chief Operating Officer for the FIS Cross-Asset Trading & Risk business unit.
“We welcome Rob Mackay as the new CEO of Itiviti. Rob has a record in creating value and driving growth in finance and trading industry businesses. We are confident that his sales background and a good understanding of customer needs makes him the leader to take Itiviti, as an innovative and supportive partner to our customers,” stated Per E. Larsson, Chairman of the Board, Itiviti. The brand currently has a presence in all major financial centers and serves around 2,000 customers in over 50 countries.
Earlier, Itiviti had announced a merger with Ullink in 2018. After giving a 12 month integration period, the brand recently announced an updated solutions and services portfolio. The new bunch spans across asset classes and trading applications, creating a new, re-energized Itiviti brand. The new solutions, Connect and Trade solution portfolios define very comprehensive offerings in capital markets technologies and services. Across these two pillars, Itiviti provides flexibility and breadth of functionality to serve any trading style across asset classes. Standing strong on a modular, open architecture, Itiviti’s solution facilitates tailored, customized deployments, including integration with third parties- enabling faster time-to-market and agility for business needs and regulatory changes.
The brand had a few weeks ago, received the 2019 TradingTech Insight Europe Award for Tbricks.
Speaking on his entry in the company, Rob Mackay, incoming CEO of Itiviti said, “Itiviti is a very impressive company with a strong offering and great, dedicated people. I’m looking forward to being part of the team, contributing to its continued development and delivering the service, solutions, and innovation that customers require to support their business and strategic ambitions.”