CTOS Appoints Eric Hamburger as Deputy Group CEO to Spearhead Its Digital Strategy

CTOS Appoints Eric Hamburger as Deputy Group CEO to Spearhead Its Digital Strategy

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Malaysia’s credit reporting agency CTOS Digital had recently appointed Eric Hamburger as its Deputy Group CEO to bolster its strategic and operational leadership.

He will be particularly focused on the emerging areas of data analytics and digital platforms.

A 28-year veteran in corporate strategy and international credit reporting sector, Hamburger was previously the President and CEO of Experian Colombia and Mexico where he was instrumental in its transformation into a digital solutions provider.


Since his appointment to the newly-created role in September 2021, Hamburger has been heavily involved overseeing CTOS Digital’s acquisition of the fintech specialist JurisTech, which was approved by shareholders on the 21st February 2022 and is slated for completion in the first quarter of 2022.

Hamburger will actively help lead CTOS Digital throughout the expansion.

Dennis Martin

Dennis Martin

Dennis Martin, Group CEO of CTOS Digital said,

“Eric Hamburger brings immense value to our team. Not only has he established a proven track record for building and scaling credit reporting in South America, but has also been in the forefront of developing products and services into new verticals to achieve rapid yet sustainable growth.

 

He is an important addition to the team and we are extremely pleased to bring his proven world-class calibre into the CTOS Digital family.”

Eric Hamburger

Eric Hamburger

Hamburger added,

“It is a privilege to work alongside the CTOS Digital team at the cusp of its next growth chapter. As a specialist in business transformation, I recognise the inherent expertise in this team, and am confident that we are poised for greater accomplishments in the digital analytics space.

 

The JurisTech acquisition, being the largest acquisition for CTOS Digital, is one of the stepping stones towards our ultimate goal in the years to come.”

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