Nino Tarantino joins telematics provider IMS

Nino Tarantino has been named CEO of IMS, a North American arm of the telematics company Trak Global Group.

Tarantino is a veteran of the sector. His last position was as CEO of Octo Telematics Americas, a company he worked at for seven years.

Trak Global is based in London, but acquired the Waterloo, Ontario-based IMS in a move to get into the North American market. In the UK, its Carrot Insurance is targeted at young drivers.

Nino Tarantino

"Nino’s appointment is a critical move in our plan to exponentially increase our global scale and, specifically, grow our North American presence,” said Nick Corrie, CEO and founder of TGG. “He brings unprecedented experience innovating and building connected, data-driven technology solutions for the insurance industry, and we know he is the right leader to deliver further success for our company and its customers.”

“I have been privileged to build a record of success in the insurtech space as it dynamically changes the landscape for insurance carriers and their policyholders,” added Nino Tarantino. “The opportunity to join TGG at such an exciting point in its growth story was one I was delighted to accept. The company has delivered outstanding results and built incredibly strong partnerships with its customer base. I look forward to putting my experience into practice as we embrace the next chapter.”

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