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Two new product owners to strengthen Trapets’ product development team

Trapets is happy to welcome Shiva Loghmani as the new product owner of InstantWatch CDD and Magnus Zetterström as the new product owner of InstantWatch Market.

Shiva, who assumed her role on in October of 2020, has a strong background in product development within the financial industry. Before working at Trapets she held numerous roles at Forex Bank, the latest of which was as Nordic Officer Financial Crimes.

“I’m very happy and proud to be a part of Trapets and the product development team. With my background in system management and development, being the product owner of such an innovative and valuable product such as InstantWatch CDD is a great fit. I look forward to developing the product further as well as contribute to the exiting expansion Trapets is facing”, says Shiva Loghmani.

Magnus, who assumed his role in on March 1st, has a long and wide experience working with product development within the financial industry. Prior to joining Trapets, Magnus has worked as a product owner at E*Trade, and most recently at Carnegie Investment Bank where he was the PO for multiple systems such as Online, Portfolio and back-end services for instrument and transactions.

“I am very pleased to join Trapets and the product development team. With my background within the financial market, I am familiar with Trapets and their work, and I look forward to deepening my knowledge further while contributing with the product development experience I have. InstantWatch Market is an exciting product and I look forward to develop and manage it in close collaboration with the Financial Crime Surveillance, FCS, team”, says Magnus Zetterström.

“We are delighted to welcome both Shiva and Magnus to Trapets. With their respective backgrounds within the financial market and with the product development experience they bring, we are excited to keep improving our products to make them the best products offered to the financial industry for fighting financial crimes”, says Trapets’ CEO, Dan Sjöholm.