Jesper Alfredsson

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Jesper Alfredsson
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Occupation Post Merger Integration Management
Employer Itiviti
Location Stockholm
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Jesper Alfredsson is the Stockholm-based head of post merger integration management at Itiviti.

Previously, he was the Chicago-based president of the Americas and senior vice president of Americas sales and services for Itiviti, a Stockholm-based software firm established in 2016 to combine two subsidiaries, Orc Group and CameronTec.[1] He previously served as head of Orc Americas, and assumed his current title upon the creation of the combined entity.


Alfredsson has worked with both small proprietary trading desks as well as the largest and most recognized banks and serves as a trusted resource to these firms in implementing their trading strategies. During his career at Orc, he has held a number of leadership positions including roles in development, support, and sales.


Alfredsson holds a masters in Mathematics from Uppsala University.


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