Chronograph opens London office

by Matthias Plötz 9 February 2023

Chronograph, a company providing portfolio monitoring technology, has opened an office in London to provide implementation, client support and account management services.

The company has set up shop in the UK’s capital to further its commitment to the region and global client base.

“This local presence will enable Chronograph to continue to exceed client expectations across the region,” said Charlie Tafoya, co-founder and CEO of Chronograph. “As the international environment becomes more complex across multiple dimensions, the need for actionable data will continue to grow. We will continue to invest into this volatility to ensure that we are positioned to provide our clients, prospects and partners with technology solutions to these challenges.”

Founded in 2016, Chronograph closed a series-X funding round towards the end of 2022.

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