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|Founded||1998as The Capital Markets Company NV|
|Lance Levy (CEO)|
Number of employees
Capco is a leading global business and technology management consultancy firm with a focus in financial services and a dedicated energy division.
Capco was founded in 1998 as The Capital Markets Company N.V. and currently employs 5000+ professionals globally. The firm offers clients consulting expertise, complex technology integration, transformation delivery, and managed services. Through its collaborative and lean approach to project delivery, Capco puts a focus on helping businesses to innovate, increase revenue, manage risk and regulatory change, reduce costs, and enhance controls.
Capco offers services primarily in banking, capital markets, wealth and investment management, insurance, and finance, risk & compliance. The company also has an energy consulting practice in the US.
Capco's global headquarters are in London, UK, and the company has 27 offices in leading financial centers across the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
In 2010, Capco was acquired by FIS.
in 2017, Capco was acquired by CD&R, a Private Equity firm.
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|1998||Capco was founded as The Capital Markets Company NV by entrepreneur Rob Heyvaert, with offices in Antwerp, London, New York, and Frankfurt.|
|1999||Capco opened an office in Paris, France.|
|2001||The company was rebranded as Capco, and the first issue of the Capco Journal of Financial Transformation was published by The Capco Institute.|
|2007||Capco acquired City Practitioners Limited of London, U.K, a derivatives technology-focused consulting practice.|
|2010||Capco was acquired by Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), a provider of banking and payments technology.|
|2015||Rob Heyvaert left Capco, Lance Levy took over as CEO of Capco.|
|2017||FIS sold its majority stake in Capco to Clayton, Dublier and Rice (CD&R),a private equity firm based in New York, making Capco an independent company again. FIS continues to hold a minority, 40% stake in the company.|
|2019||Capco acquires ATOM Solutions LLC.|
Capco Launches New U.S. Insurance Practice, March 2019