Connectivity, Trading Infrastructure Provider CameronTec to Acquire E2E infotech

By Laura Stotler

CameronTec Intressenter AB, a provider of connectivity technology and trading infrastructure, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire E2E infotech. The company is the Capital Markets technologies business of Aurionpro solutions, a longtime partner to CameronTec.

E2E offers solutions and services that complement CameronTec's offerings. The acquisition is expected to accelerate the growth of the combined company, and was made based on a comprehensive review of E2E's corporate strategy and business objectives.

CameronTec's solutions are used to power a large user base located at top financial institutions. The company's offerings are used in more than 50 countries throughout the world, and the company's customer base is comprised of exchanges, regulators, tier 1 and 2 investment banks, brokers, fund managers and the ISV community. The company has customer service teams in London, Stockholm, Paris, Frankfurt, New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, Sydney and Mumbai.

"While E2E was peripheral to Aurionpro's core business, it has been a consistently strong performer and has provided industry-leading services and solutions to its Capital Markets customers," said Samir Shah, Aurionpro's Global COO. "CameronTec's focus is fully aligned with E2E's value proposition and the complementary solution set will enable the company to provide an expanded suite of offerings to its combined client base and increase its competitive advantage."

"Today's announcement is a natural and welcome progression resulting from several years of operational collaboration with E2E," added Anders Henriksson, CameronTec's CEO. "This addition fits well with CameronTec's connectivity and trading business and is in-line with our customer interests. We see good growth opportunities to address both standard and be-spoke solution integrations when supporting CameronTec's product portfolio."

Edited by Alisen Downey

MSPToday Contributing Editor

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