Finantix, technology provider to the wealth management, insurance and banking industries, has appointed Albert Iselin to the role of Executive Director for EMEA, further widening his remit and responsibilities. His team includes new hire Aurelia Philippoz who joins the Swiss team as Inside Sales and Marketing Executive. Based in Switzerland, Iselin will continue to report to Finantix Chief Commercial Officer, Christine Ciriani. He will focus on further expanding Finantix’s presence across the EMEA region. The announcement follows on from the firm’s recent acquisition of Zurich-based AI specialist InCube, and is part of Finantix’s long-term strategy to expand its European team.
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Finantix Appoints Albert Iselin Executive Director, EMEA
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