CameronTec Group, a financial messaging infrastructure specialist, has augmented its offering suite to now include global managed services, which will be headed by newly appointed George Rosenberger, who joins the company from Convergex.
Mr. Rosenberger joins CameronTec as its newest head of its Managed Services business. In this capacity he will help manage the group’s solutions for the Capital Markets industry, overseeing such tasks as client on-boarding, testing, FIX and non-FIX connectivity customization, and market connectivity.
Prior to the appointment, he also held a number of senior level roles at Convergex – these included Managing Director and Head of Trading Services Division, Head of Global Connectivity, and Head of Connex, dating back to 2004. Additional stops also included Morgan Stanley, having worked as its Vice President of Strategic Services for over five years, according to information made public on his LinkedIn profile.
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According to Anders Henriksson, CEO for CameronTec Group, in a recent statement on the appointment, “George brings with him extensive industry experience and valuable expertise in the areas of outsourced trading services and global connectivity. George has gained a well-deserved reputation building, in recent years, the successful Connex business at Convergex, and we look forward to having him grow CameronTec’s managed services offering.”
“CameronTec today represents the most comprehensive connectivity technology offering, particularly following its acquisitions of complementary businesses including Greenline Financial technologies, Lasalletech and E2E infotech. Our expansion into the managed services area responds to increased market demand for not only outsourced technology, but specialized and proven technology, as a means to an end,” noted Michel Balter, Chief Strategy Officer for CameronTec Group.
“I know first-hand CameronTec is well-positioned to capitalize on this type of managed services offering due to their world class FIX infrastructure, testing and on-boarding expertise. I look forward to working with this industry leader to build and deliver a best-in-class solution for the industry,” added Mr. Rosenberger.
Earlier this month, Cidron Delfi, a company indirectly controlled by Nordic Capital Fund VII and owner of both Orc Group Holding AB and CameronTec Intressenter Holding AB, combined both companies into a unified group. Previously, CameronTec dealt primarily with financial messaging infrastructure and tools for capital markets, with Orc Group focusing on electronic trading technology.