December 8th 2020  

Switzerland, Inside

Thierry Mrejen and Martin Nadel joined ISP Group

ISP Group, a global wealth manager based in the city of Zurich has hired Thierry Mrejen as head of quantitative strategies and Martin Nadel as head of custody and clearing services.

Mrejen joins from crypto bank Sygnum and has vast experience and knowledge in the structuring and trading of complex solutions as well as expertise in quantitative finance and multi-asset portfolio management. He previously also worked at UBS and Vontobel.

Nadel will provide the in-house banking infrastructure to an international audience and tailor it to the specific purposes of finance boutiques. He was global head of market infrastructure and post-trade products at Danske Bank and previously worked as a manager in global transaction banking of Deutsche Bank.

ISP has been busy expanding its team with new experts this year. In October, ISP hired Simon Keel as fixed income- and certificates specialist, in September came André Schlegel as derivate specialist, and as early as June joined Christian Eckenberg as the new chief operating officer.


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