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INTELLECT IGTB APPOINTS NEW HEAD OF DIGITAL FOR CORPORATE BANKING

Herber De Ruijter joins fintech specialist to lead development of digital transaction banking offering

IntellectiGTB, the organisation behind the world’s first comprehensive global transaction banking solution, has appointed Herber De Ruijter as its new Head of Digital, responsible for Product Strategy and Development of Intellect’s Digital offerings for Corporate Banking.

Herber joins iGTB from solutions provider Backbase, where he was responsible for product development as well as leading the company’s American business and operations.

Herber brings more than two decades experience in product strategy, business development and product development to the role. Prior to joining Backbase, Herber previously worked for experience management vendor SDL Tridion, where he was Head of Operations of North America.

“Herber has a long and successful background in developing innovative technologies that support clients’ needs and appetites, particularly within the financial services industry. We are delighted to have him on board and look forward to adding his experience, energy and excitement for change to our market-leading approach to providing full-suite transaction banking products,” says Manish Maakan, CEO of iGTB.

Herber De Ruijter comments: “iGTB’s product IP and deep knowledge of the Transaction Banking domain is truly impressive, and something I am looking forward to helping develop further. As well as supporting iGTB’s position as a real thought leader and innovator in this area, my main objective is to help financial institutions accelerate their digital transformations through design-centric and context-aware technologies.”

Herber will be based out of Intellect’s New Jersey office.