Ravit Levanon Named As Geo Lead Of The Israel Office

Ravit Levanon Named As Geo Lead Of The Israel Office
Following this year’s acquisition of Modelity, we are very proud to announce Ravit Levanon as the new Head our office in Israel. As Geo Lead, she will not only play a very important role in holding a close relationship with the local community and clients, she will also manage the day-to-day operations of LPA’s local entities and work very closely with the Lines of Business.

Ravit Levanon has more than 20 years of experience in the financial markets and has been working for Modelity for 14 years. Her recent position in Modelity was the company’s CCO (Chief Commercial Officer), responsible for the relationship with strategic accounts. During her time at Modelity, Ravit has gained extensive experience in client delivery, product management and sales roles, while contributing to the successful marketing of Modelity’s solutions to a range of leading financial institutions. Ravit is taking over from Ayal Leibowitz who has become a full member of the Modelity board plus a member of the LPA Global Executive Team.

“We are happy to have Ravit on board with us and to expand our CapTech leadership as well as our growth strategy together with her”, commented Peter Schurau, CEO of LPA.

“I’m very proud to represent the LPA Group as Geo Lead in Israel. LPA is straightly on the way becoming the global CapTech leader and I’m excited to being part of this development”, says Ravit Levanon.
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