AlgoDynamix names new Managing Director for Benelux
London & Amsterdam. AlgoDynamix has appointed Rob Theunissen to the role of Managing Director. Rob will be responsible for the expansion of AlgoDynamix's financial risk forecasting software in Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.
By: AlgoDynamix Ltd.
Rob Theunissen is looking forward to joining AlgoDynamix. "One of my professional drives and my passion for this business is to maximize the performance of talented teams and businesses so that they are in a better position to serve clients. In AlgoDynamix, I found a strong team with an extremely good product. And with banks starting to invest in technologies that have a more immediate payback and impact on their business, the timing is perfect.
"AlgoDynamix is by far one of the best financial risk forecasting tools on the market. To expand on this position in the Benelux region and internationally, to me, is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I've watched AlgoDynamix become one of this industry's truly disruptive forces over the last years by providing the investment management industry with a product that is unlike any other."
"I am very excited to join AlgoDynamix at such an exciting time for the firm and I look forward to driving strategic initiatives and helping grow the impressive business that's already been created."
Jeremy Sosabowski, CEO and Co-Founder, commented: "We are delighted to welcome Rob onto the team. His passion, knowledge and experience within the investment community will strengthen the team considerably and we are delighted that he has clearly recognised the immense global potential of our risk forecasting tools."
AlgoDynamix risk analytics provide hours or days advance warning of major directional market movements. Unlike other solutions, the underlying technology does not require any historical data or knowledge of any previous disruptive events. Our products are used by investment banks and asset managers including CTAs, hedge funds, family offices and other managed funds. The company is backed by institutional investors including Amadeus Capital Partners and was recently nominated as one of the UK's most disruptive technology companies.
CEO Office, Jeremy Sosabowski