Capco is a business and technology management consultancy firm with a focus on financial services and a dedicated energy division. Capco's operational headquarters are in London, England, with 32 offices across the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. The company offers services primarily in banking, capital markets, wealth and investment management, insurance, finance, risk & compliance. It also has an energy consulting practice in the US.
Capco was founded in Belgium in 1998 by Rob Heyvaert as 'The Capital Markets Company NV', with offices in Antwerp, London, New York, and Frankfurt. In 2001, the company rebranded to Capco, and the first issue of the Capco Journal of Financial Transformation was published by The Capco Institute. In 2015, Rob Heyvaert left Capco with Lance Levy taking over as Capco CEO.
On 4 March 2021, Wipro announced that it had acquired Capco for US$1.45 billion. The deal was completed on 29 April.
In 2007, Capco acquired British-based City Practitioners Limited for an undisclosed sum. In 2010, Fidelity National Information Services signed a deal with Symphony Technology Group to buy Capco for approximately $300 million.
In 2017, FIS sold a majority stake in Capco to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, a private equity firm based in New York, making Capco an independent company again. FIS continues to retain 40 percent equity interest in the company.
Highest paying job titles at Capco include Software Engineer, Cloud Architect, and UX Design Manager