Tinubu Square, for more than a decade the most trusted source of credit risk management solutions for credit insurers and, more recently, enterprises, continues its international expansion into Asia, with offices in Singapore and Mumbai. Tinubu Square co-founder and CEO Jérôme Pezé has relocated to Singapore from the company’s Paris headquarters, underscoring its commitment to the region and supporting the growing market demand for solutions that identify and control risk exposure in international trade.
Tinubu Square brings more than a decade of experience helping credit insurers assess, analyse and control trade credit risk. It supports the world’s leading trade credit insurers and reinsurers, including Ace, Atradius, Chartis, Coface, Markel, and QBE, with the intelligence they rely on to underwrite the risks they cover and delivers SaaS-based management solutions for their policyholders. More recently, Tinubu Credit Risk Intelligence Solutions for businesses—the Tinubu Risk Management Center (RMC) SaaS platform; Tinubu Credit Intelligence, real-time risk intelligence reporting; and Tinubu Risk Analyst advisory service—have improved profitability and reduced costs for B2B companies.
“With Western economies flat or contracting, Asia represents a critical growth market, but also a new risk exposure,” said Pezé. “By delivering on the ground support and intelligence, we are bringing new visibility and proven credit risk management tools to insurers and companies with operations in the region.”
The new office in Mumbai is led by Gladys Tejura, who serves as Country Manager. Tejura joined Tinubu Square in July 2012 after five years as Senior Risk Manager at Coface India Credit Management Services.
Tinubu Square’s international momentum accelerated in 2010, when the company began offering its cloud-based credit risk management technology and analysis to corporate customers through brokers, such as AON, Marsh, Millenium and Willis. The same year, Tinubu Square opened its London operations. Recognising these successes and the company’s innovative vision, in 2011, Fonds Stratégique d’Investissement (FSI), the private equity and venture capital arm of the French Government, invested €11.3 million in Tinubu Square—FSI’s first investment in cloud-based computing. And earlier this year, Tinubu Square also opened its office in Brussels to serve the Benelux region.
“Our Asia expansion is just the latest chapter in Tinubu Square’s story. As insurers and B2B companies continue to need comprehensive and cost effective credit risk management solutions, Tinubu Square looks forward to more growth, both in Europe and around the world,” said Pezé.
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