Marco Steeg is to become chief financial officer (CFO) and chief operating officer (COO) of Scoach Switzerland, Zurich, and Scoach Europa, Frankfurt. Scoach is a joint venture between SIX Group and Deutsche Börse, which began trading in structured products in January 2007.
Steeg has held senior finance positions at Deutsche Börse since March 2003. Prior to joining Deutsche Börse, he was head of business administration at a Lufthansa subsidiary. He holds a degree in industrial engineering from Karlsruhe Technical University.
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