Dr Andreas Furche
RoZetta Institute Deputy Chairman
Andreas Furche is Deputy Chair of RoZetta Institute. He has been involved in the development of financial technology start-up companies for 20 years, in Australia, the US and Europe.
He developed the original commercialisation strategy of CMCRC (the forerunner of RoZetta Institute) in 2003, and was involved in the development of a number of start-up businesses within CMCRC. As CEO of SMARTS, he led the development and growth of the world-leading market surveillance company, which was bought by Nasdaq in 2010. He also helped establish CMC-IS (now Lorica Health), the leading supplier of fraud and error detection in health insurance claims.
Prior to his involvement with CMCRC, Andreas was a partner in Electronic Trading Concepts, which was sold to Securenet in 2000. In the 1990s, he worked as a software developer and project manager on the development and employment of expert systems. He was also deeply involved in one of the most interesting commercial ‘failures’ of the early Internet – the attempt to bring electronic cash into global circulation.
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