TS Imagine hires Christian Dietmann for EMEA sales

Rick Steves

“We are thrilled to have Christian join during an exciting time for TS Imagine and look forward to working with him as we sell our expanding platform of solutions to hedge funds, asset managers, and banks.”

TS Imagine has appointed Christian Dietmann to its EMEA sales team, based in London and with a focus on UK sales.

The provider of cross-asset provider of trading, portfolio, and risk management solutions for financial institutions is further building its international sales team at a time of fast expansion.

Earlier this year, TS Imagine reported a 72% increase in global recurring bookings in 2022, while it also pursues product expansion, with TS One, RiskSmart X, and new features to its fixed income EMS. In the name of multi asset capabilities, TS Imagine recently connected with Crypto Finance to offer institutional clients greater connectivity and liquidity in cryptocurrency trading.

Christian Dietmann joins TS Imagine after Parameta, Liquidnet, Bloomberg LP

Christian Dietmann joins TS Imagine after a very relevant industry career, having held a business development position at TP ICAP’s Parameta Solutions’ Data and Analytics business. There, he focused on

Prior to Parameta, Christian Dietmann spent more than five years at Liquidnet as EMEA Sales Director for the investment analytics business. That followed nearly seven years at Bloomberg LP, half of which as Head of Multi Asset Trading with a focus on Francophone and Germanic countries in Europe. His team of 9 people promoted Bloomberg’s EMS for electronic trading (RFQ on ETF and Options), pre- and real-time TCA, network solutions (EMSxNET), broker rankings (RANK), and post-trade TCA for Multi Asset.

TS Imagine will leverage Christian Dietmann’s mix of sales experience, buy-side client contacts, and international perspective. He has held key roles in Paris, Sydney, and London, in both sell-side and vendor positions.

Andrew Morgan, TS Imagine’s President and Chief Revenue Officer, commented: “We are thrilled to have Christian join during an exciting time for TS Imagine and look forward to working with him as we sell our expanding platform of solutions to hedge funds, asset managers, and banks.”

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