Matteo Carcano

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Matteo Carcano
Occupation Sales & Business Development - Integrated Technology Services
Employer London Stock Exchange
Location London, United Kingdom
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Matteo Carcano is a sales and business development executive in integrated technology services for the London Stock Exchange.

Formerly, he was chief operating officer at ORC.[1] He began working there in March of 2004, and became the COO in January 2011. He left in August 2013.


Carcano started his career as a product specialist for DEC Italia from 1986 to 1991, then was sales support at ICL from 1991-1994. He then became a project manager at CedBorsa from 1994-2000. From 2000-2004 he was the General Manager for OM Technology, before moving to his current employer ORC. Starting as the general manager Italy, he became the EMEA President in January 2008, then became COO in January 2011.


He earned his degree in physics at University of Milan.


  1. Matteo Carcano. LinkedIn.
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