Centtrip, an intelligent treasury management firm, has appointed Pierre Suhrcke as a non-executive director. Pierre will join the board of Centtrip Holdings Ltd, effective immediately.
With an impressive background in private equity and an investment track record stretching over two decades, Pierre has been on the board of more than 20 private companies.
He has also played an important part in the success of multiple fintech firms across the globe, including Adeptra, a London-based global market leader in the credit card fraud space, New York-based RiskMetrics Group, the global market leader in risk management, and Trema, a treasury management company in Stockholm.
He is a Venture Partner at TempoCap, a European technology investment firm specialising in secondary direct ventures. He also sits on the Board of Acorus Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity firm focused on investing in Africa’s financial services and infrastructure projects.
Prior to this, Pierre spent 17 years in various senior management positions at Deutsche Bank in London and Frankfurt, including as Managing Director of Deutsche Venture Capital, Deputy Head of Equities and Global Head of Risk Management.
Pierre is an active angel investor, mentor and adviser. He is also a Professor for venture capital and entrepreneurship at Kozminski University in Warsaw, Poland.
Brian Jamieson, co-founder and CEO at Centtrip, said: “Pierre is an excellent addition to the team. His leadership, knowledge and experience in financial services will support our drive and commitment to building a company that makes a huge difference in the fintech sector and other industries, such as music and marine.”
Commenting on his appointment, Pierre said: “I’m excited to join the Board of Centtrip – a leading treasury management solutions provider for the music and marine sectors. I’m looking forward to working with Centtrip’s Board members and management team to advance its successful evolution from an FX and payments specialist to a turnkey financial eco-system for multiple verticals.”