CATTS, a global partner in Customs and Trade Compliance services, is pleased to announce the appointment of Matt Goodman to the Board of Directors as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Matt’s role will focus on growth efforts working across the organization to drive product strategy, business development and country expansion.
Matt has a longstanding history leading and developing businesses capabilities. His knowledge attained working directly with clients to solve operational challenges is certain to be an asset to CATTS.
“Companies like ours need to reimagine their vision and engage in innovation. Matt will work closely with our operations and TeleNomos technology group to future proof our products.”
Peter Bulters, CEO CATTS
Most recently, Matt held the position of Chief Administrative & Process Officer at Home Point Financial. In his role, he helped Home Point become the fastest growing non-bank Mortgage Lender in the United States. Prior to Home Point, Matt served as President of Livingston International’s Global Trade Management business acquired from JPMorgan. His focus on the client drove significant operational efficiency and new country expansion governed by regional hubs.
"International trade is in a state of change and current global conditions are pushing customers to reevaluate how best to efficiently and compliantly do business. Working closely with our clients creates a partnership in bridging the gap forward to new solutions.,”
Matt Goodman, CCO CATTS
CATTS is an international customs and trade compliance services company. CATTS is focused on supporting clients through a variety of in-house solutions including consulting and technology. CATTS operates with the goal of being closely aligned to meet global client needs by scaling service offerings and seeking innovative opportunities to help customers meet changing trade needs.
Located in Callantsoog, The Netherlands, CATTS B.V. is an international trade services company founded in 2016. For further information about CATTS, visit: CATTS - Partner in Customs and Trade Compliance