Announcement: Cutover Opening in New York in 2018

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Chloe Lovatt

February 2, 2018

We're excited to announce that Cutover have opened our US headquarters in New York City!

We've already set up our offices at Barclays Rise New York. We’ve also made our first NYC hire and are planning to build out the team over the next 6 months. We are looking to hire experienced financial services technology implementation managers into our Client Success team - please get in touch if you are interested or know any great candidates.

We can't wait to bring the same efficiencies we have brought to UK financial services firms to the US. We are keen on innovating within US financial services institutions around a number of strategic use cases we are targeting.

A big focus for us will be collaborating with New York banks to help tackle some of the biggest challenges they face, such as the tough US regulatory environment. We've already helped one US client to meet their CCAR requirements for the first time in three years.

It’s also great to be on the ground with the New York teams of our existing global banking clients. We are delighted to be part of the growing tech sector in NYC.

Thank you all for your support and guidance on our journey to reduce risk and cost in financial services.

Ky Nichol

President & CEO of Cutover

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