LPA Group hires new partner to expand Swiss consulting practice

LPA Group hires new partner to expand Swiss consulting practice
Frankfurt am Main & London – September 8th, 2021

LPA Group, the capital market technology and innovation leader, today announcement that Nourdine Abderrahmane will join the firm as a new Partner in its Swiss consulting practice.
 
Nourdine will be based in Zurich, Switzerland, and will work to further grow the Swiss consulting practice across its team, clients, and solutions, working closely with the wider group of LPA consultants and software developers on the ground and across Europe.  

One of Nourdine’s mandates will be on working with existing and future clients across financial services, aiming to help them address increased efficiency through technology and automation; putting in place robust approaches for reporting and risk management specifically around sustainability and sustainable investing; and ensuring an individual approach is taken to client relations.  
 

Nourdine has over 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. He most recently spent eight years at Capco, the global management and technology consultancy dedicated to the financial services and energy industries, with his final role there being Managing Principal and Lead of its Retail Banking Practice in Switzerland. He has also held consulting roles at Accenture within its Private Banking and Capital Markets practice and has held roles at Credit Suisse and UBS.  

He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Furtwangen, as well as a Master of Science in Business Management from Leeds University.  

Commenting on his appointment, Nourdine Abderrahmane said: “I’m delighted to be joining the LPA
 team in Switzerland. LPA encourages a progressive, client-centred and innovative environment, which closely aligns with my own values. I look forward to growing with the team and providing skills to address client challenges in the financial services industry.”
 

Peter Schurau, CEO at LPA
, commented: “Nourdine’s industry experience, accomplishments and expertise will be an asset to LPA and our clients. His experience across multiple sectors including wealth management, capital markets, private banking and asset management, coupled with his strong consulting background and client communication skills, will add tremendous value to a financial services industry that is seeking greater efficiency and agility. Nourdine has the ability and conviction to progress and grow the consulting practice in Switzerland, and I look forward to his invaluable contribution.”
   

About LPA Group  

LPA 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 Capmatix, a software framework to automate workflows and documentation for financial instruments, structured products and OTC derivatives. LPA helps financial services companies in their capital market activities with; digital transformation, lowering the fixed cost base and automating their necessary advisory and regulatory documentation processes, thereby increasing efficiency, competitiveness and maintaining full compliance. In addition to Capmatix, other solutions include; Modelity (document generation and pricing calculations), acarda (regulatory reporting), Captano (FX, FI and MM Trading Platform) plus full consulting support and other AI driven solutions.  LPA global coverage is managed from its headquarters in Frankfurt and at twelve other international locations including Tel Aviv, London, Zürich, New York, Paris, Barcelona, Luxemburg and Singapore, over 400 technology and capital market experts are employed by LPA supporting a portfolio of international clients.
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