Opensee hires Anne-Laure Delaplace as COO to scale embedded analytics business

Rick Steves

“Common sense and collaboration are how I go about managing teams and it’s how I’ll approach optimising Opensee’s operational processes. I’m very much looking forward to supporting the development of the team at such an exciting time for the company.”

Opensee has appointed Anne-Laure Delaplace as Chief Operating Officer to further scale the provider of complete data access and real-time analytics to financial institutions.

Bringing 15 years of experience working in finance and capital markets, Anne-Laure Delaplace started her career in investment banking and asset management and held various customer-centric roles in the capital markets, finance, and risk data businesses of Refinitiv and Thomson Reuters.

She joins Opensee from SlimPay, where she oversaw the recurring payments fintech’s Customer Success and was a member of its Management Committee.

The new COO of Opensee is a Chartered Financial Analyst and has a Masters in International Finance from the HEC Paris Business School.

“Common sense and collaboration are how I go about managing teams”

Stephane Rio, Founder and CEO of Opensee, said: “Anne-Laure’s experience in finance, capital markets and the innovative world of fintechs will be extremely valuable to the Opensee team at this critical stage in the company’s development. Our client base is growing rapidly so we are scaling up our capabilities to ensure our game-changing solutions integrate with clients’ systems smoothly, seamlessly and at low cost for their IT departments. Anne-Laure’s Customer Success experience will ensure that, as Opensee grows, our primary focus remains addressing all of our clients’ needs.”

Anne-Laure Delaplace, Chief Operating Officer at Opensee, said: “I am delighted to be joining Opensee in its mission to help clients in banking and other financial services to extract the potential value from their data. Common sense and collaboration are how I go about managing teams and it’s how I’ll approach optimising Opensee’s operational processes. I’m very much looking forward to supporting the development of the team at such an exciting time for the company.”

Headquartered in Paris, with offices in London, New York, and Singapore, Opensee works with a trusted client base across global Tier 1 banks, asset managers, hedge funds, and trading platforms.

Opensee helps financial institutions unlock the valuable business and risk intelligence hidden within the vast quantities of data they collect and store. Its solutions enable users to manipulate data for simple or complex calculations with embedded analytics for a wide range of use cases, ranging from risk management and regulatory reporting to trading decisions and ESG analysis.

Leveraging its real-time big-data analytics solutions, clients can improve their business requirements, such as risk monitoring, trade execution quality management, as well as respond to regulatory reporting while achieving cost and operational efficiencies.

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