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May 21, 2015 FinAnalytica Strengthens Board of Directors with Appointment of Former JP Morgan Head

27 May 2015
NYC, United States

 FinAnalytica Inc., the leading provider of multi-asset class market risk management and portfolio construction solutions for the buy-side, today announced the addition of Dr. Marcel Rüegg to its Board of Directors. With more than 20 years of wealth management and banking experience, Dr. Rüegg brings new depth and expertise in asset allocation, quantitative risk management and asset management consulting to the board.

“As the leading risk analytics innovator, FinAnalytica is strongly positioned for growth across the entire spectrum of the buy-side enterprise,” said Marcel Rüegg. “I’m excited to be joining the board and look forward to being an active participant in building on FinAnalytica’s success and expanding their market reach.”

Dr. Rüegg is founder and CEO of Integral Finance AG, a multi-family office in Switzerland focused on strategic asset management, corporate finance and private equity financing for high-net worth families. Previously at JP Morgan as head of Zurich Private Banking, he built the organization from the ground up, developing and directing their private banking business strategy. Prior to that, Dr. Rüegg held several management positions at Credit Suisse including Head Private Banking Baden; Country Head Private Banking Germany and Head Private Banking Austria. Dr. Rüegg holds a PhD in mathematical finance and was awarded the Walter Saxer Prize for his outstanding work in portfolio construction.

FinAnalytica President Boryana Racheva-Yotova said, “We are very grateful to have Marcel joining FinAnalytica’s Board of Directors at this point in time. His extensive wealth management experience brings valuable insight as we look to expand our risk services and enhance customer value. Marcel’s addition will further strengthen our board as well as the entire FinAnalytica team and will materially contribute to our overall success.”

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