Louis Roche Founder & CEO
Areas of Expertise
- Liquidity Platforms
- Quantitative Trading
- AI, AR and VR
- Cyber Security
- Digital Banking Software
- Certificate, Exchange Trader examination Eurex Deutschland.
- Certificate, Decentralized Network, Military Grade Security operating Systems.
- Certificate, Artificial Intelligence Algorithms & NLU Platforms.
With over 20 years of experience in entrepreneurship, management, business planning, financial analysis, software engineering, operations, and decision analysis, Louis has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand entrepreneurs’ businesses and craft the most suitable solutions.
Roche Fintech comes up with results that are actually implementable. That is their strength compared to other consulting companies.
Before founding Roche Fintech in early 2016, Louis started two Tech companies in Silicon Valley. Previously, Louis held various management positions in Tlv at Markets.Com, most recently as Chief Market Analyst in Global Capital Markets Trading SA, focusing on new business development and risk management. He has also worked as a senior financial risk management consultant to the financial services industry; software engineer; advertising sales manager for the popular offshore trading guide series; general manager of an advertising and graphic design agency; and futures intern at the B H C.
A new UK Finance Payment Markets report finds Faster Payments volumes increased by 23% to 3.6 billion from 2020 to 2021. The report looks at the latest payment trends from 2021 and forecasts up to 2031. Contactless payments appear to be a particular area of growth with almost one third of all payments in theAugust 19, 2022
Shares in Adyen fell by more than 10% in morning trading as strong first half revenue growth was offset by squeezed profit margins. Separately, the Dutch payments processor has unveiled its own range of in-house designed terminals. For the first half, Adyen reported net revenue of €608.5 million, a 37% year-on-year rise, and Ebitda ofAugust 19, 2022
Lloyds Bank is bringing a 4000-year-old debt instrument into the 21st century, completing the UK’s first transaction using a digital promissory note purchase. Promissory notes have been around for millennia, enabling transactions to be competed in lieu of cash by letting sellers get paid based on the creditworthiness of the purchaser. However, under the UK’sAugust 19, 2022