June 12th 2020  

Switzerland, Inside

ISP Group appoints its new COO

Christian Eckenberg has joined the ISP Group as COO.

Eckenberg is a well-known expert in platform management, and recently implemented trading and product-related projects for Credit Suisse.

According to the company, he will be taking on the role of COO. His predecessor Reto Affolter will in future focus on developing the area of paying agent services. Together with Julia Hauser and Kristina Nikolendzic, Affolter will now form part of a team focussing on paying agent services. Their work primarily involves the creation of Swiss securities for special purpose vehicles (SPVs) in Switzerland and abroad, and the offering of securitisation platforms.

Source: https://www.finews.ch/news/finanzplatz/41646-isp-group-christian-eckenberg-reto-affolter-coo

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