27th on the prestigious Sunday Times 100 Best Firms to Work For list 2013
Capco hosts inaugural one-day conference with Swiss Finance Institute, ‘Banking in a Glocal World’ in Zurich, with over 170 attendees
Capco partners with Zicklin School of Business in New York for an inaugural one day conference, focused on ‘Applied Finance’
Capco celebrates fifth year of its partnership with London-based business school Cass, hosts further one day conference focused on the topic of Risk, continuing to build bridges and foster the dialogue between academia and industry on all things finance related
Capco opens 16th office with Slovakia-based near shore center in Bratislava, to complement its Indian-based off shore operations, offering a truly global delivery model to Financial Services clients worldwide
Capco Frankfurt awarded ‘Employer of the Month’ Status for September 2012
13th in Consulting Magazine's "Best Firms to Work For in 2012"
Partner (Which Partner?) elected to list of the World’s Top 25 Consultants by Consulting Magazine
27th on the prestigious Sunday Times “100 Best Firms to Work For” list
Capco establishes presence on African continent with opening of a Johannesburg, South Africa, based office. Capco global office network totals 15 offices worldwide with a presence on four continents
A global team of Capco employees participates in a climb of Mount Kilimanjaro, in association with the leading international development charity VSO, as part of Capco’s growing Corporate Responsibility program
Capco Partner wins Consulting Magazine award ‘Women Leaders in Consulting’
Capco Partner elected to list of the World’s Top 25 Consultants by Consulting Magazine
The Capco Journal of Financial Transformation again receives Apex Award for Publication Excellence, for the 11th year running
Capco joins forces with FIS one of the world’s largest providers of banking and payments technology. The move significantly extends the reach and services of Capco, with those of FIS, one of the world’s largest FinTech providers, to offer both technology leadership and service excellence to leading financial services institutions worldwide. Capco retains its own distinct brand. Capco founder and CEO Rob Heyvaert becomes a Corporate Executive Vice-President of FIS, a member of the FIS Executive Management Team, while continuing in his role as CEO of Capco.
Market conditions and a strong talent pool continue to support Capco’s growth in North America and across Europe. Capco launches significant growth initiative in UK, and opens additional offices in Amsterdam (the Netherlands), and Zurich (Switzerland). Capco totals 13 offices worldwide with a presence on three continents.
Capco builds on its solid platform for future growth by expanding its offering in Managed Services and Package Integration in North America, Europe and Asia.
Domain expertise expands to encompasses the entire financial services value chain: Capital Markets, Banking, Finance Risk and Compliance, Wealth and Investment Management, Technology Services and Package Integration
The Capco Journal of Financial Transformation is ranked among the world’s foremost publications by the American Economic Association, the European Finance Association and the Social Science Research Network
Capco opens new offices in Chicago and Washington, DC as the business expands its presence in North America, growing from 75 to 475 employees in the space of a little over a year, while increasing revenues to a run-rate of 400% over the same time period
Capco also expands presence in Europe by opening an office in Geneva, Switzerland strengthening its Wealth & Investment Management capabilities
Capco makes its strategic acquisition in London, UK, of City Practitioners Limited
Symphony Technology Group and Capco management purchase all outstanding shares in the company
Capco opens its Toronto office to serve key clients in the Canadian market
Capco begins major growth initiative in Germany, and is successful in building major presence in the German market in a short period of time – a success story that is sustained to this day
The Bangalore office opens, and increases its staff to approximately 100 people in the space of twelve months
The business is rebranded as Capco
The first issue of The Capco Journal of Financial Transformation is published by the Capco Institute
The company expands its European and international presence.
The Singapore office opens.
Employee event in Bermuda.
Dot-com bubble bursts,'e' projects are put on hold or cancelled.
Capco opens an office in Frankfurt, Paris and San Francisco.
A round of strategic investment led by Thomas Weisel Capital Partners.
Capco is founded as The Capital Markets Company NV by Belgian entrepreneur Rob Heyvaert, with offices in Belgium, London, New York and Frankfurt
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