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TS Imagine expands executive team with Chief Operating Officer appointment

TS Imagine expands executive team with Chief Operating Officer appointment | Fintech Finance

TS Imagine, a global leader in trading, portfolio, and risk management solutions for capital markets, has appointed Thomas Bodenski as COO as the firm expands its executive team to support its rapid growth.

Based in New York, COO, Thomas Bodenski will lead the firm’s business operations across TS Imagine’s integrated trading, portfolio, and real-time risk solutions. Thomas was previously Chief Transformation and Data Officer for TS Imagine.

Another key aspect of Thomas’ role will be leading the global execution of the data strategy and spearheading strategic cross-departmental and cross-product initiatives.

Thomas has nearly 30 years of experience developing cutting-edge technology for some of the world’s leading financial services firms. He started his career at NTS New Technology Systems in Austria and moved to New York as a key software engineer and architect for CSC. Since then, he has held various senior technology roles at firms including Capco and State Street, before founding trading and risk technology consultancy FOXEYE and, most recently, data and analytics firm Element22, where he was Chief Data and Analytics Officer.

Rob Flatley, CEO of TS Imagine, said “Since joining TS Imagine a year ago, Thomas has made a significant impact on the business as Chief Transformation and Data Officer, using his extensive technical and operational expertise to consolidate and develop TS Imagine’s offering following the merger of TradingScreen and Imagine Software.

“In his new role, Thomas will leverage his vast experience to lead TS Imagine’s operations and drive initiatives across the business. Thomas will be integral to building on TS Imagine’s significant momentum and further develop our offerings.”

Thomas’s appointment follows the announcement of three new non-executive board members and 100 new hires during the first half of this year.

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