FIA Tech, the Futures Industry’s Tech Provider, Establishes Tampa Client Services and Operations Center

FIA Tech, the futures industry’s technology provider, recently announced that it has established a new client services and operations center based in Tampa, Florida.

FIA Tech’s customer services team is the main interface for FIA Tech’s international client base and is tasked with the onboarding of new customers, overall client satisfaction and implementation of projects across FIA Tech’s range of business lines.

Nick Solinger, CEO of FIA Tech, stated:

“Tampa is a strong center for financial technology operations and client services teams, supported by its proximity to large financial institutions. We have seen strong recruitment interest from highly qualified professionals either based in or looking to relocate to Tampa and we will continue to hire in the region. Long before the pandemic, FIA Tech was committed to diversity of office locations and flexible work from home arrangements to attract and retain top talent globally.”

FIA Tech’s Tampa-headquartered team supports customers across various FIA Tech services such as Atlantis, Databank, eRecs and Fees and Commissions solutions.

In January of this year, FIA Tech had confirmed the opening of an office in London, its first outside the US. The firm currently maintains business offices in Washington D.C, New York and Nashville, Tennessee, along with research and development center (R&D) based in Latvia and support operations in Mumbai.

As covered earlier this year, FIA Tech launched its London subsidiary as the firm scales and expands its operations.

The London office, based in Paddington, is reportedly FIA Tech’s fourth office and the first outside the US, “following Washington DC, New York and Nashville.”

Nick Solinger, CEO of FIA Tech, had stated:

“The UK and Europe are core markets for FIA Tech’s customer base and London is a global hub for FinTech innovation. FIA Tech will be expanding in R&D and client services to support our rapid growth and London offers unparalleled access to a cutting edge FinTech talent base.”

In 2021 FIA Tech announced the investment of $44 million by ten clearing firms to “fund the strategic growth of the company.”

The newly capitalized FIA Tech has been investing to “further the development of existing products that have successfully served the industry and launch innovative new solutions to improve market infrastructure across the listed and cleared derivatives industry,” the update revealed.

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