After graduating from ENSISA as a computer engineer in 2011, Rabha decided to focus his career on post-trade professions. In 2011, she will join a BPSS pivotal project on the management of clearing and custody activities. During this first experience, she is in charge of the automation of the project's quality modules as well as operational support. In 2015, she will join a software publisher specialized in capital markets and world leader in post-trade solutions. She specialized in cross-asset functional aspects and in particular on swift communication protocols, on the life cycle of securities products and in particular repo and seclending, and subsequently joined the clearing team to implement the Exchange Traded Derivatives solution. In 2018, she joins the R&D team of fintech Liquidshare, working closely with the architects, developers and SRE. She takes charge of the functional specifications of the solution, implements the functional architect of the automated testing framework and uses her extensive experience to build tomorrow's post-trade infrastructures.
Following studies as an IT expert and experiences in several French companies, during which he acquired both technical and managerial skills, Flavien worked in the architecture team of an American financial software provider for two years. He joined LiquidShare in early 2019 as an architect. Mainly in charge of the user interface and test automation, he plays a key role in the ergonomics and stability of the platform.
Graduated from EFREI in 2003, Pierre-Alexandre Filliolaud has always been passionate about finance and new technologies. After starting his career as a Java/J2EE engineer/architect at Stéria, he joined the IT department of GLTrade (SunGard/FIS) in 2005 where he became familiar with the financial markets. In 2007, he joined Calypso Technology, one of the international leaders in the "front to back" financial software market, as "senior software engineer" in the fixed-income team and then in the Equity/Commodity Derivatives and BackOffice Cross-Asset teams. With these 15 years of experience, he wishes to participate from the outset in the adventure of a startup centred on the blockchain. He then joined Liquidshare and took charge of the back-end development team and then the blockchain. At the same time, since 2006, he teaches at EFREI web development (JEE web and framework).
LiquidShare is a fintech created by major European financial institutions, which have contributed capital and expertise to make LiquidShare the first European post-trade blockbuster, enabling the atomic settlement of securities tokens against cash.
Since its creation, LiquidShare has put collaboration at the heart of its development. Collaboration with innovative fintechs that share the same desire to bring token securities to France, collaboration with the financial ecosystem of the French financial centre and in particular the institutions that are the most driving forces behind innovation and blockchains, and collaboration with regulators to support this profound transformation. This collaboration at all levels is extremely rich and allows LiquidShare to mobilize a large number of players to support its ambition and benefit from the experience of the best functional and technical experts in the securities and blockbuster businesses.
In 18 months, LiquidShare has built a blockchain platform, with the latest design patterns and the most innovative technologies, allowing to connect issuers, brokers, investors, banks and fintechs to rethink the interactions between these actors and reinvent access to financing for SMEs.
LiquidShare's R&D team is made up of passionate experts who build an innovative, robust and secure solution and who remain on the lookout for the latest innovations and all the technologies that can bring added value to its platform. The debates are numerous and heated, and everyone brings their own point of view and experience! Joining his team requires rigor, curiosity and passion!
LiquidShare is above all a tech company serving the real economy!
LiquidShare has a double DNA: a start-up born from the institutional world, it shakes up its codes by inventing a new way of innovating through experimentation and collaboration.