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24.10.2019
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Evooq latest broker member to join SSPA

The Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA) has welcomed Evooq to its ranks as a new broker member. The SSPA now has a total of 44 members along the entire value chain.

 

Zurich, 24 October 2019. The company Evooq has been active in the structured products sector since 2011, providing investment solutions and a wealth management platform to banks, independent asset managers and pension funds. Twenty-five experienced professionals with backgrounds in investment and private banking, banking technology and regulatory consulting and an average of 15 years of experience empower asset managers to boost their investment capacities by seamlessly combining investment expertise and technology.

 

Cedric Ullmo, CEO of Evooq, is pleased to have the opportunity to help shape the industry: “With our comprehensive digital platform for independent asset managers and banks, covering all key steps of the investment process, we are pursuing the same goals as the association. With the help of client profiling, product and risk evaluation according to FIDLEG, portfolio optimization, campaign management, monitoring and reporting, we want to enable our clients to easily and transparently integrate structured products into their portfolio. We are pleased to bring our digital expertise to the SSPA.”

 

Active industry association with 44 members

The SSPA represents the interests of the key market players, who together account for over 95 per cent of the market volume for structured products in Switzerland. SSPA President Adrian Steinherr commented, “We are delighted to welcome Evooq, providers of a powerful wealth management platform for structured products, to the Association. It will be a further boost to the SSPA and not only expand our geographical reach, but also broaden the coverage of our interests.”

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