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Having resigned as country leader of State Street three weeks before the BBH acquisition was made official, Eduardo Gramuglia has taken on a strategic role in the fintech Next Gate Tech. Photo: Matic Zorman / Maison Moderne / archives

Having resigned as country leader of State Street three weeks before the BBH acquisition was made official, Eduardo Gramuglia has taken on a strategic role in the fintech Next Gate Tech. Photo: Matic Zorman / Maison Moderne / archives

Backed primarily by Middle Games Ventures and the Digital Tech Fund, Next Gate Tech announces the strategic arrival of former State Street country leader Eduardo Gramuglia as chief revenue officer.

After recruiting an ex-PwC director as chief strategy officer, namely Chris Edge, Davide Martucci's fintech has announced that it has enlisted the ex-country leader of State Street in Luxembourg, Eduardo Gramuglia.

Three weeks before the official takeover of BBH by State Street, on 7 September, and without the two events being linked, Gramuglia left his position less than two years after his arrival.

At Next Gate Tech, a fintech specialising in the analysis and automation of investment funds and which has around 30 employees, CEO Davide Martucci and co-founder and CTO Semin Ibisevic have entrusted Gramuglia with a mandate that goes well beyond the role of a commercial director.

Gramuglia “is in charge of all strategic teams/decisions that impact revenue. He therefore oversees the sales team, marketing, partnerships, customer support, the pricing model and the billing of services,” the fintech said.

This article was originally published in Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.