Lupus alpha has expanded its executive committee at the beginning of the year. Markus Zuber, partner and relationship manager at Lupus alpha, has expanded the now five-member management committee. He is responsible for sales and leads the eight-member sales team at Lupus alpha.
With his appointment, Lupus alpha is systematically expanding its sales power in institutional asset management as well as in mutual funds and once again underlines the development opportunities for talents in-house.
Zuber joined the Frankfurt Asset Manager in 2007 as senior relationship manager and was accepted into the partner group in 2016. Before joining Lupus alpha, Zuber worked as sales director at DekaBank, where he was responsible for implementing projects to intensify fund business for savings banks. From 2001 to 2005, the business graduate worked as a research assistant at the Goethe University Frankfurt and did his doctorate there.
Ralf Lochmüller, managing partner and CEO of Lupus alpha said: "Zuber has already been actively and successfully involved in the strategic development of our company and has thus proven itself in his partner role. In his new role, he will noticeably increase the effectiveness of our sales department."
The management committee serves for operational management. In addition to Lochmüller and Zuber, Götz Albert (CIO), Michael Frick (CFO) and Alexander Raviol (CIO Alternative Solutions) belong to the executive committee.