ITRS Group Ltd, a global technology provider for investment banks, currency exchanges and brokers, has tapped Guy Warren as its newest Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Kevin Covington, who is slated to remain with the company.
Earlier this year, ITRS Group launched its Geneos platform, which functions as an advanced real-time Forex and asset monitoring interface. The group deals extensively with a number of asset classes, specifically Forex, as illustrated by its numerous dealings with exchanges and brokers.
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Mr. Warren is replacing Kevin Covington, who will remain with ITRS as a Senior Advisor. Mr. Warren brings over 25 years of experience to the group, having served in a variety of senior management roles such as Group COO at FNZ and Chief Operating Office at FTSE. Perhaps more importantly, Mr. Warren has first-hand experience with the infrastructure and market of ITRS, as he has worked directly with companies in ITRS’ target market.
According to Richard Berliand, Chairman of ITRS, in a recent statement on the appointment, “We are delighted to welcome Guy to the board of ITRS. Guy has a wealth of experience of both running companies within the software sector, and also companies which rely on software to run their businesses. He is therefore well placed to bring ITRS to the next stage of its growth. On behalf of the Board, I would also like to thank Kevin for his contribution to the success of ITRS to date. We are delighted that Kevin has decided to remain as a Senior Advisor to ITRS.”