Buy-side offensive: LPA Group brings expert Zoran Strbenac on board and expands buy-side portfolio in private customer business

Buy-side offensive: LPA Group brings expert Zoran Strbenac on board and expands buy-side portfolio in private customer business
To open up a new target group for its capital market technology solutions with buy-side activities, the LPA Group ( has appointed buy-side expert Zoran Strbenac to the management team in Zürich as the new Sales Client Director DACH. Together with Strbenac, the LPA Group is now driving forward the expansion of CapTech services to include offerings for banks and asset managers with private customers.  

Strbenac, most recently Director Sales & Business Development Regulatory Services at cleversoft, is now responsible at LPA for sales of the new cloud-only “Capmatix Buy Side Cockpit” SaaS solution which serves the growing demand of the buy side for data and document services, combines all the relevant documents and data in a consolidated location and makes them accessible. Up to now, buy-side customers have been working with many different data and document providers and have had to spend large amounts of time on integration and continual maintenance.  

The new offering is planned as a further development of the existing Capmatix product line and is targeted specifically at the requirements of the buy side – with buy-side experience and demands directly integrated in the development process for the cockpit. Peter Panse, Director Business Development at LPA, is responsible for developing the new offering. The focus is on the provision, quality assurance and archiving of all the documents required for the sale of financial instruments – always with a view to time and cost savings, risk minimization, user friendliness, compliance and the possibility of integrating further documents, data and buy-side systems in the future. With the “Capmatix Buy Side Cockpit”, the LPA Group offers the buy side a unique one-stop-shop solution for document supply at the point of sale.  

Zoran Strbenac, Sales Client Director DACH LPA:
“Both the buy-side market and the demands of bank customers have developed rapidly, but many services at the point of sale have not been able to keep pace in terms of technology and are time consuming and complicated to use. We will close this gap with our Capmatix Buy Side Cockpit. Direct and constant interaction with our customers is important to us so we can deliver the greatest benefit in the long term.”

Stefan Lucht, founder of LPA and responsible for the Automate division:
“The Swiss financial market has always had a pioneering role and is therefore of particular importance to us when it comes to developing the best possible innovative solutions. That is why we are pleased to have found an ideal contact for our Swiss customers in Zoran and to be working together with him on opening up a new relevant customer group with the buy side.”

About the LPA Group: The LPA Group is one of the world’s leading developers and consultants for technology-based capital market solutions (CapTech) for banks, insurance companies and fund providers. The core business of the multi-award-winning group is the CapTech suite, a portfolio of leading technology solutions for automated consultancy, sales and documentation for financial instruments, structured products and OTC derivatives. The products and services of the LPA Group help financial services companies in their capital market activities to automate their necessary advisory and regulatory documentation processes, thereby increasing their efficiency and achieving full compliance. The LPA Group also advises its customers on the strategic planning and implementation of CapTech solutions. At its headquarters in Frankfurt and at ten other international locations including Tel Aviv, London, Zürich, New York, Paris, Barcelona and Singapore, almost 400 technology and capital market experts are now working for a portfolio of international clients.   

Press contact

LoeschHundLiepold Kommunikation GmbH

Franziska Mack
T +49 89 720 187-293

CapTech Group

AAAccell/LPA and Swisscom partner to provide simplified access to investment risk analysis

AAAccell/LPA and Swisscom partner to provide simplified access to investment risk analysis

Increased transparency for PRIIPs KIDs: Holistic and automated reporting reduces costs and gives clients a more competitive edge

The regulatory dynamics on the capital market will remain high over the coming years. In 2022, following approval by the European Commission and the European Parliament, the new Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) for Key Information Documents (KIDs) of Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance-based Products (PRIIPs) with a revised performance calculation and different methods for calculating transaction costs will come into force. At the same time, the second stage of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) will become effective with the required provision of pre-contractual and annual ESG documents. In order to meet all requirements and maintain a competitive edge in the dynamic regulatory environment despite increased reporting efforts, it is now time for asset managers and their service providers to holistically reconsider their data management and reporting.

Go back to all news

This website uses cookies to improve your experience.
Navigating in it, we understand you agree with our privacy policy.