February 19th 2021  

Switzerland, Inside

Maxime Caboche joined ISP Group's Structured Products team

Maxime will be acting as an Advisor of Structured Products & AMCs.

Maxime Caboche brings a wealth of experience to his new role, having previously represented Morgan Stanley and Société Générale in similar functions. 

According to Fabio Oertle, ISP Group's Head of Structured Products & AMCs, "Maxime will spur ISP’s strategic growth initiative in both the Swiss & French market and bring unique & tailor-made solutions to our French-speaking clientele." Welcome on-board Maxime! 

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