United Fintech Announces Key Management Changes

Published about 1 month ago

United Fintech, following recent strategic investments from BNP Paribas and Citi, has announced notable management changes. This is in line with their strategy to adopt more customer-centric operations and to accelerate their global reach.

Key Management Reshuffle

United Fintech’s new lineup includes Troels O. Lindblad as CFO, Rasmus Bagger as CCO, and Marc Levin as the new CEO of Athena Systems.

United Fintech’s CEO, Christian Frahm, believes the reshuffle will emphasize the depth of talent within the company and will aid in creating a robust platform for future growth, with a particular emphasis on customer-centricity.

Expansion and Growth

Established in 2020, United Fintech has made significant strides in acquiring fintechs within Capital Markets, Wholesale Banking, and Wealth Management. To date, the company has acquired five fintechs, including Athena Systems.

The company’s dedication to growth is further demonstrated by the appointment of Athena-founder Luis Otero as CTO of United Fintech and United Fintech partner Marc Levin as the new CEO of Athena.

A Commitment to Customer-Centricity

Employing over 160 people across eight countries and serving over 200 clients in financial services, including 10 of the world’s 12 largest banks, United Fintech is reshaping its operations to become more customer-centred.

The promotions of Troels O. Lindblad to CFO and Rasmus Bagger to CCO underline United Fintech’s ambition to continue its growth trajectory while building a robust ecosystem that prioritizes customer needs.

Looking Ahead

With these strategic changes, United Fintech is well-positioned to capitalize on the growing market consolidation among software vendors in the financial industry. The company is committed to driving growth and delivering value to their clients while evolving their commercial framework.