Pierre Feligioni, Signaturit Group CEO
The alliance formed by Universign and Signaturit announces the appointment of its Group CEO: Pierre Feligioni
The group formed by the merger of Trusted Service Providers (TSPs) and electronic signature specialists, Universign and Signaturit, financed by the investment fund PSG Equity, announced the arrival of Pierre Feligioni as Group CEO today. Pierre Feligioni will be responsible for supporting and accelerating the transformation of the group in its leadership strategy to provide the most comprehensive offering in Europe in digital transaction management and trust services.
With over 20 years of experience in the new technology sector, particularly in fintech, he founded QuantHouse, a market data and trading infrastructure provider in 2005, which he led until 2019.
Pierre Feligioni aims to implement the vision of this new European group in a growing market.
Pierre Feligioni comments: “I am very happy to join Universign and Signaturit, which together form the European leader in electronic signature with an ambitious plan …. With more than 245,000 active customers in Europe, Universign and Signaturit are becoming a real alternative to our main US-based competitors.”
Electronic signature is a key tenet of the digitalization of exchanges, which has experienced a strong growth as adoption has accelerated during the lockdowns linked to the health crisis. E-signature addresses many challenges in order to guarantee the legal and regulatory security of transactions between companies and with individuals and includes various types of services like timestamping, electronic seals, certificates management, etc.
The group relies on dedicated solutions for large accounts and small and medium-sized businesses, a complete range of trust services accessible from web applications and via APIs, and an extensive network of partners and integrators to accelerate the digital transformation of businesses and achieve continuous double-digit growth. The combined activities of the group reach 236,000 customers in Europe and enable tens of millions of signatures each year.