History

1987

Orc Software (the company was named Dancharia Research and Trade AB until 2000) is founded by Nils Nilsson and Ulrika Hagdahl. The company mainly operates as a market maker on the Swedish derivatives exchange OM. From its inception, Orc Software also develops and markets software for pricing, trading and risk management in financial markets.

1995

Orc Software begins expansion outside Nordic markets. Sales to new clients in the UK and Switzerland.

1997

OM (later OMX) acquires a majority of the shares in Orc Software.

2000

Orc Software is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange on October 19, 2000.

2001

Cameron Systems founded in Australia by John Cameron. The company emerges as a world leader in FIX trading protocol platforms.

 Orc Software invests in E2E infotech founded by Vaibhav Shukla, Nirav Shah, Amit Khungar and others. The company develops into a leading provider of professional services for Orc products and technology.

2005

Orc Software has clients in 24 countries and offices in 13 countries.

2006

Orc Software acquires Cameron Systems.

Tbricks founded by Jonas Hansbo, with the mission to develop a high-performance, next-generation trading system.

2007

Orc Software adopts a new sales and marketing strategy, with the offering focused on two main areas: Orc Connect and Orc Trading.

Orc Software divest E2E infotech stake while retaining global partnership.

2008

Tbricks introduces its trading platform to premier trading and market making institutions in Europe and North America.

2010

Orc Software acquires Neonet Securities, a pioneer in European electronic equity execution.

2011

The company name is changed to Orc Group AB. Orc Group AB operates through the three business units Orc, Neonet and CameronTec.

In December 2011, Cidron Delfi Intressenter announces a recommended public all cash offer to the shareholders of Orc.

2012

Cidron Delfi Intressenter completes the acquisition of Orc Group, which is delisted from NASDAQ OMX Stockholm in March 2012.

Orc Group reorganizes its business units into three separate operating companies: Orc Group, Neonet and CameronTec.

2013

Orc Group Holding AB (formerly Cidron Delfi Intressenter AB) issues five year notes to be traded on the regulated market NASDAQ OMX.

CameronTec acquires E2E infotech, a UK-based capital markets services and solutions provider.

CameronTec acquires Greenline Financial Technologies, a US-based provider of FIX and electronic trading technology solutions and services.

2014

Orc Group launches a renewed and expanded solutions offering. Introduction of new Trading and Electronic Execution offerings, backed by Professional Services.

CameronTec Group introduces Group Professional Services, with a team of strategic technology and business specialists available worldwide.

2015

Orc Group, through owner Nordic Capital Fund VII / Cidron Delfi Intressenter Holding AB, acquires Tbricks AB, developers of an app-based trading platform. Tbricks technology designated as the future foundation of Orc’s core trading products.

CameronTec Group acquires FIX onboarding specialist LaSalle Technology.

Orc Group introduces pioneering trading solution and expert services offering to support clients’ efforts to address the new European regulatory framework and ensuing market structure change.

Announcement of combination of Orc Group and CameronTec Group into a new business entity.

2016

Itiviti is formed by the union of Orc Group and CameronTec Group. From the outset, Itiviti has a staff of 400 in 13 offices worldwide and 400+ clients in more than 50 countries.