IQ-EQ, a global investor services group, has announced the appointment of Patrik Marti as the new Managing Director of IQ-EQ Switzerland.
Patrik (pictured) joins the company with over 20 years of experience in asset management and financial services, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his new role.
Based in Zurich, Patrik will lead IQ-EQ’s Swiss operations and will be responsible for driving the growth and success of the company in the region. Patrik joins from a financial advisory boutique where he served as Chief Operating Officer.
In his previous role at Credit Suisse, Patrik rose to Managing Director and was responsible for Fund Management Companies in Switzerland and Luxembourg and for Fund Services from Ireland within the Asset Servicing department.
In his new role with IQ-EQ, Patrik will lead the continuation of support for the firm’s well-established private client base in Switzerland as well as working collaboratively with IQ-EQ’s wider European private wealth teams to promote the Group’s single and multi-family office solutions in the region.
Leveraging his experience in asset management, Patrik will also drive the development of an IQ-EQ funds business in Switzerland while enhancing connectivity with IQ-EQ’s other EU fund platforms in Luxembourg, France and Ireland.
Commenting on Patrik’s appointment, Diana Senanayake, Regional CEO, Continental Europe, said: “We are delighted to welcome Patrik to the IQ-EQ team. His extensive asset servicing expertise and knowledge of both the funds and private wealth spheres makes him the ideal candidate to lead our efforts in Switzerland. We are confident that Patrik’s leadership will be instrumental in driving our growth and success in the region.”
Patrik Marti added: “I am thrilled to join IQ-EQ Switzerland and look forward to working with the team to continue providing exceptional service to our clients and drive growth in this important market. IQ-EQ has a fantastic reputation for providing innovative solutions and I am excited to be a part of this dynamic organisation.”