Telekurs Financial veteran Beat Koch has decided to leave the company. Koch most recently was head of the Swiss vendor’s global marketing policies & project function, a role he assumed under a major reorganization this spring. Before that, he was head of Telekurs Financial’s U.K. operating subsidiary and had led other subsidiaries in the past. In his latest marketing role, Koch held one of four global marketing roles, with the others including Urs Bischof as head of business development and Dominique Tanner as head of product management. Telekurs has given overall responsibility for the marketing department to Fritz Hediger, who leads customer service.
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Koch Quits Telekurs Just Weeks after Assuming New Marketing Policy Role
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