Calypso Technology Secures Steve Tucker‎ as its Director of Sales

Mr. Tucker has also held senior positions with S&P Capital IQ, Thomson ‎Reuters and FFastFill.

Calypso Technology Inc., a provider of capital markets and investment management software, has reinforced its London operations with the addition of Steve Tucker as its newest Chief Sales Officer and member of the Executive Committee.

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In his new role, Mr. Tucker will be based out of the group’s London office but with global coverage. He joins the group after nearly two decades in the multi-asset transaction and data processing space, having worked at a number of leading venues in the industry.

Prior to coming over to Calypso, Steve worked at RELX Group, where he was the Global Head of Sales for ICIS, ‎ a position he held for more than two years. During his tenure with RELX, he was tasked with accelerating revenue growth for the world’s largest provider of financial data, analysis and consulting in over 180 commodity markets for the petrochemical industry.

Mr. Tucker has also held senior positions with S&P Capital IQ, Thomson Reuters and FFastFill, now Future Dynamics, a provider of Software as a Service to financial markets.

Commenting on his appointment, Tom Gavin, Executive Chairman of Calypso Technology, said: “Steve brings a strong track record of driving sales growth in technology companies serving the financial markets. In addition, Steve’s straight-forward, genuine style, strong people leadership capabilities and vast global experience make him a great fit for Calypso.”

Steve Tucker, Chief Sales Officer at Calypso Technology, added: “I’m excited to lead the sales organization and build on the success of 2017, where Calypso experienced a strong growth for cloud and microservices. Regulatory transparency and cost savings are likely to continue driving the demand for technology investments. I’m looking forward to making an impact on Calypso’s ambitious growth plans.”

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