Reitigh Software Announces New Senior Hire

  • People Moves
  • 29.10.2020 03:36 pm

Dublin-based Reitigh Software, a leading provider of back office and regulatory solutions to financial services companies, has announced the hiring of a new senior project manager. This appointment spearheads a series of new hires as the company continues to invest and grow during lockdown.  

Heading up the new hires is Giuseppe Schiavo. Originally from Italy, Giuseppe joins the company to manage Reitigh's digital transformation projects in the insurance sector. Giuseppe has vast experience as an actuarial project manager, having worked with the likes of Zurich in Milan, and Athora and Credit Agricole In Dublin.  

The company has also announced the hiring of two new actuarial graduates from Dublin City University. Michelle Aw and Paddy Murphy join as junior consultants to bolster the company’s software implementation team. The pair join Reitigh's actuarial trainee programme as part of the firm's ongoing expansion in Dublin.  

Giuseppe Schiavo, senior project manager at Reitigh Software, comments: “I’m delighted to be joining the Reitigh team to help this growing company reach new heights as a leader in the Dublin reg tech scene. It has never been a more important time to support financial services providers to deliver their digital transformation programmes.”   

Reitigh Software is a software solutions company which works with financial services providers. The company marries technical and business expertise, setting itself apart with its distinct method of taking an actuarial approach to tackling digital transformation and software solutions.   

Commenting on the new hires, Reitigh Software CEO, Brian Walsh, said: These new hires bring further expertiseenriching our already strong team. Businesses need to evolve, and we are at the heart of enabling this transformation process.  

Dublin provides an ideal location and has been crucial to our success. Its status as a financial and tech hub and rich talent pool is attracting businesses and people from all over the world - creating a favourable business environment for Ireland’s thriving tech scene.  

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