International provider of multi-asset trading technology and financial infrastructure, Itiviti, announced on Wednesday that it has secured Peter van Tiggelen as the Executive Vice President, Head of Finance Office (CFO).
Peter will join the technology provider next month on September 2 and will be based in London. He will be replacing Tony Falck who, according to the statement, will leave Itiviti after six years to pursue new opportunities.
During his career, Peter has worked across the globe in the financial industry, including the United States and Asia. He has held the title of CFO at CRF, a healthcare technology company. Prior to this, he was the CFO of pharmaceuticals company AMCo.
Commenting on the appointment, Rob Mackay, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Itiviti, said: “I am delighted to welcome Peter to Itiviti’s executive team. He comes with excellent credentials for managing our finances, including key roles with Private Equity-backed businesses.
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“In addition to his hands-on management skills, Peter has also demonstrated a keen sense for business, strategy and a sure-handed approach to deliver on key performance targets.”
Originally from the Netherlands, Peter studied at the University of Groningen and the Free University of Amsterdam where he received Business Administration and Finance degrees.
“Itiviti is taking shape as a global powerhouse in financial technology, and I cannot think of a more exciting time to join. I really look forward to be part of a tremendous team and contributing to Itiviti’s continued success,” Peter added.
Itiviti continues to expand team
The appointment of its new CFO comes just over a week since Itiviti announced that Gavin Welsh was named as the Executive Vice President, Head of Customer Success, the first person to hold this role at the company.
As Finance Magnates reported, Welsh will be responsible for creating and implementing the company’s customer strategy. Welsh will oversee customer relations and the technology firm’s support offerings.