Bruno Piers de Raveschoot, former President of NICE Actimize, joins RIMES as COO Regulatory Division. Brings over 20 years of experience and success in building financial, regulatory and compliance technology software companies.
New York, April 18, 2016. RIMES, the leading provider of managed data services for the buy-side, today announced the appointment of Bruno Piers de Raveschoot as Chief Operating Officer of its new Regulatory Division. In this new role, he will oversee the launch of strategic solutions to handle emerging data regulation across the globe, in particular benchmark regulation, and will serve as a member of the executive committee.
“Bruno’s impressive expertise in regulatory compliance technology and senior leadership makes him a strong addition to the RIMES team,” explains Christian Fauvelais, RIMES’ CEO. “We look forward to benefitting from his 20 years-plus experience in compliance, as the proliferation of data regulation—both in Europe and other regions—begins to impact our customers and partners.
Mr. Piers de Raveschoot was most recently President EMEA and APAC at NICE Actimize where he was responsible for growing the company from zero to more than US$135M in revenue, positioning the company as the global leader in regulatory compliance and financial crime technology. Prior to Actimize, he held various senior roles and board memberships at CSFB, Tradair and Traxpay.
According to Mr. Piers de Raveschoot, “RIMES is a unique and exciting company that is well positioned to capitalize on the period of change and opportunity in the compliance market and the incoming benchmark regulatory challenges that both the buy-side and the sell-side are facing. “
Mr. Piers de Raveschoot holds a Masters in Corporate Finance from the University of Dallas and a Masters in Investment Banking from the London Business School.
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