LPA joins SSPA as partner

LPA joins SSPA as partner
Lucht Probst Associates (LPA) are pleased to announce their membership in the Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA). SSPA's network includes 41 active partners covering the entire value chain, from issuers, buy-side and trading platforms to brokers and partners.

Lucht Probst Associates (LPA), a leader in CapTech since 1999, focuses on solutions for the capital markets sector. Operationg in nine international locations, LPA’s 400 employees draw on their comprehensive capital markets expertise, in combination with cutting-edge technical know-how, to support their clients with innovative digital solutions for automating the entire life cycle of structured products, OTC derivatives and funds. This includes the complete issuance process, alongside the fully automated, workflow-controlled creation of documentation and other front, middle and back office processes. LPA offers customers a tailored document and data service for the buy-side that facilitates the sale of structured products. As a globally active company, it provides consulting and support on individual markets and strategic implementation of innovative solutions.

Stefan Lucht, founder and managing partner of Lucht Probst Associates (LPA), on joining SSPA: “As one of the first CapTech providers, we have more than 20 years’ experience in developing, implementing and operating technology-based capital markets solutions and providing the associated consulting services. Our mission is to empower financial services companies to increase their efficiency – while ensuring full compliance. We look forward to contributing this expertise to SSPA and, through close dialogue, promoting wider use of structured products.”

SSPA represents the interests of the most important market participants, which together account for more than 95 percent by volume of structured products in Switzerland. SSPA Chairman Markus Pfister on the new partner member: “With the addition of Lucht Probst Associates (LPA) on board, we are pleased to have further strengthened our membership base with an expert in technology solutions in the area of structured products.”
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