Lars-Ivar Sellberg – Executive Chairman
Executive Chairman and co-founder at Scila AB. Sellberg holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering/IT from the Royal Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in Financial Economics from Stockholm University. Experience include working with major financial institutions like exchanges, MTF:s and banks, implementing mission critical IT solutions in these areas. Sellberg’s professional career started 1994 as a software developer. Since then he has worked for companies such as Enea, Nasdaq OMX and Cinnober.
Fredrik Lydén – Chief Technology Officer
Chief Technology Officer and co-founder at Scila AB. Lydén holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Linkoping University. Experience include working for Ericsson and as a consultant at HiQ, Toolkit Software, MSC and Mindspring.
Lars Gräns – Head of Sales
Head of Sales at Scila AB. Gräns holds a Master’s degree in Business and Economics from Uppsala University. Experience include working for the Royal Bank of Scotland, PwC (Financial Services), MTF Burgundy and Vattenfall.
Björn Thornquist – Head of Product Development
Head of Product Development at Scila AB. Thornquist holds a Medical Degree (MD) from Karolinska Institutet. Thornquist has also studied at the Master of Science Engineering Physics program at the Royal Institute of Technology and Economics at Stockholm University. Experience include working for Cinnober, HiQ and Strikt Financial Engineering.
Scila is a fintech company based in Stockholm, Sweden, but we act globally. Our current customers are in Europe, North America, Asia and the MENA region. Founded in 2008, Scila has been tremendously successful in a very short time and profitable from the start. Scila is independent of trading venues, investment banks, brokers and regulators and focuses on product development only.
Scila by the numbers
…identify more than 200 different patterns in real time
…analyze more than 50 billion transactions every trading day in production installations
…examine data with a rate at over 3 000 000 transactions per second
…are used in seventeen countries around the world