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Kayrros Extends Presence to London, Continues Initial Expansion of Office Network

Posted by Kayrros

13-Jun-2018


Kayrros increases its global reach with a new presence in London and Dubai, coupled with offices in Paris, Houston, New York and Singapore

PARIS,  9 June 2018—Kayrros announced the opening of its London office this week, with the appointment of Christer Odegaard as Managing Director, Business Development. In this role, Christer will head up Kayrros business operations in the UK and continental Europe and market the rapidly expanding range of Kayrros products covering the global oil supply, demand, and storage markets.

“London is the financial center of the world, home to many major energy corporations and investment firms. We are excited to extend our presence to London to work more closely with the key energy players based in the dynamic UK and European markets,” said Antoine Rostand, president of Kayrros. “Christer offers the perfect blend of financial market experience and energy sector knowledge, and we're excited to bring him on board to lead our UK and continental Europe sales efforts.”

Christer has 20 years of business development experience in the financial and commodities markets, with a focus on oil for the last 10 years. Prior to Kayrros, Christer led sales and business development efforts in Europe, where he leveraged technical knowledge and data-driven insights to help companies improve their trading and investment decisions in the global oil market. 

With the opening of its London office, Kayrros has continued the expansion of its office network planned for 2018. In the last six months, Kayrros has extended its presence to key energy markets in Houston, Singapore, Dubai, and London. Coupled with its locations in Paris and New York, the greater global reach of Kayrros provides its subscribers with deeper market insight and analysis across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region.

“It's an exciting time at Kayrros as we continue to grow our team, expand our global presence, and build our portfolio of near real-time products that help market players make better energy investment decisions,” added Rostand.

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