Management Team

Reto Tuffli


Prior to starting Centerprise, Reto spent thirteen years at UBS in management positions, both in front office and support roles. From 1994 to 1998, he was both Managing Director of the Global Risk Systems (GRS) group, and head of Risk Control for North America. His responsibilities included managing the development and implementation of the bank's global, Value-at-Risk (VaR) system, covering all of UBS' global trading products and activities, and its acceptance by national regulators. The Risk Control responsibilities involved overseeing a team of sixty people covering all aspects of risk management and control - daily P&L, risk and valuation control, new products, analytic model review, P&L attribution, etc. Prior to that, he ran UBS' trading desk for global US$ fixed income derivatives profitably for eight years, from 1985 to 1993. He was responsible for all aspects of trading, including structuring capital market transactions, portfolio management, and systems development.

Markus Rohrbasser

Non-executive Director

Prior to Centerprise, Markus was CFO and member of the Executive Board of Zurich Insurance, a top ten global insurance institution. There, he led Zurich Group's acquisition strategy in the asset management area, with purchases of Scudder and BAT, as well as other entities, and initiated the development of a risk management function for the group.

From 1992 to 1996, Markus was CEO of UBS North America in New York and a member of the Executive Board of UBS Group. He led the build up of UBS' North America presence in investment banking and other areas, with oversight responsibilities for 2500 employees, and built the region into a leading presence among foreign investment banks operating in the U.S. During his fifteen-year tenure at UBS, Markus also held various other management capacities within the capital market and corporate finance divisions.

Eric Yu

Chief Executive Officer

Eric Yu co-founded Centerprise in January 1999 with direct responsibility for the full software engineering lifecycle of Centerprise's enterprise application product line, including product requirements specification, software analysis and design, project team coordination, hands-on implementation and deployment. He also led the design and implementation of Centerprise's multi-tiered distributed Java application architecture, incorporating best-of-breed vendor products, including WebSphere, MQSeries and Oracle DB, with an emphasis on Java, J2EE, XML, SOAP and other open and cross-platform standards.

From 1986 to 1992 he held various programmer/analyst positions at Columbia University and Burson-Marsteller. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, he holds a BA in computer science, graduating summa cum laude, and an MS in computer science, from Columbia University.

Matt Forster

SVP, AIM Solutions

Matt Forster joined Centerprise in September 1999 as lead architect for Centerprise's multi-tiered distributed enterprise suite. He played a central role in the design and development of core infrastructure as well as the integration of both AIM and GRC solutions. Responsible for the AIM development and client support teams, he manages internal and client projects as well as leading client technical and business analysis for AIM solutions.

Prior to joining Centerprise, Matt held Director-level IT architecture and project management positions at ING Barings, SBC Warburg, and UBS. Prior to his Wall Street positions he led a custom software development firm that he co-founded upon graduation from Princeton University in 1985.

Richard Quinn

SVP, GRC Solutions

Rick Quinn joined Centerprise in August 1999 as senior software engineer and designed and implemented Centerprise's multi-tiered distributed Java application architecture. He was involved with all design and implementation aspects of Centerprise's GRC solutions, including workflow process integration, web application design, and database implementation. Responsible for the GRC development and client support teams, he manages both internal projects and client projects as well as leading client technical and business analysis support for GRC solutions.

From 1993 to 1999 he was an engineer designing and implementing software systems for highway bridge design and analysis that is used nationwide. He holds both a BS in civil engineering, graduating with university honors, and an MS in Civil Engineering, with a specialty in computer aided engineering, from Carnegie Mellon University.