Francesco Burchielli is responsible for client on-boarding and account management. He also oversees sales initiatives in Italy covering a wide range of regulatory reporting services in the realm of Solvency II, UCITS, PRIIPs, MiFID II and various pension fund regimes, including COVIP reporting. Francesco has previously worked at Credit Suisse as an Investment Risk Manager for risk-oriented funds and mandates and as a Project Manager in the area of Data and Process Engineering. He holds a Master’s Degree from the University of St.Gallen (HSG) in Banking and Finance and has previously studied Finance at the University of Pisa and at the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam.
Bryce Kovacs is responsible for overseeing sales initiatives in Europe and the UK covering a wide range of regulatory reporting services in the realm of Solvency II, UCITS, PRIIPs, MiFID II and various pension fund regimes. His experience includes risk management for private and institutional mandates and funds at Credit Suisse, quantitative research at Morgan Stanley and fundamental equity analysis at KBC Securities. Bryce holds a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics and has published in the area of option pricing. Outside of work Bryce’s passion is ice-hockey refereeing, he works for the Swiss National League A and the International Ice Hockey Federation.
Elena is responsible for administration and business support. Elena holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a BA in Management with a focus on accounting and audit and has worked as a real estate credit manager at UniCredit Bank in the Ukraine.
Pascal is responsible for client on-boarding and account management for a wide range of regulatory reporting services in the realm of Solvency II, UCITS, PRIIPs, MiFID II and various pension fund regimes. He also manages strategic projects for the automation and scalability of the SolvencyAnalytics platform. Pascal is joining from Credit Suisse where he led change management for the operation and transformation of the private mandate business platform. He previously worked at Odyssey Financial Technologies (now part of the Temenos group) in multiple consulting and R&D roles in Europe and the US. He started his career in risk management at Elf Trading on a derivative oil trading book. Pascal has an MSc in economics from the University of Lausanne.
Dr. Daniel Niedermayer is responsible for consulting, risk analysis and business development. He has a track record of over 10 years in the financial industry as a senior portfolio manager of global convertible bonds, multi-asset-class investments and ETFs working for Credit Suisse in Zurich. Daniel has published several articles and a White Paper in the field of asset management under Solvency II / Swiss Solvency Test, a book on ETFs and asset allocation and several papers on computational finance. He studied Economics at the Universities of Bern and Strathclyde (Glasgow) and holds a PhD in Finance with summa cum laude from the University of Basel.
Business development of the France and BENELUX markets
Louis W. Wagner Ley is responsible for the business development of the France and BENELUX markets at SolvencyAnalytics. Before joining the company, he worked at Credit Suisse in Mid-Market M&A and as a sales manager in the EMEA distribution for Credit Suisse Asset Management. Louis holds an MSc in Financial Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Zurich.
Dr. Gabor Ballo is responsible for financial modeling and regulatory reporting. His fields of expertise are software development, computer simulations, and mathematical optimization. Before SolvencyAnalytics, he developed trading algorithms and mathematical models for the analysis of financial market data at WorldQuant. Previously to his position at WorldQuant, Gabor was a researcher in mathematical physics with a senior lecturer position in applied mathematics at the University of Pecs. Gabor studied in Veszprem, Hungary, holds a PhD in Information Technology with summa cum laude from the University of Pannonia, and has published in the area of quantum information theory.
Dora Danyik is responsible for regulatory reporting and client relations. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics, she worked at MKB Bank in the field of Credit Risk Management and as executive assistant to the Central Bank of Hungary’s top management. Dora studied at the Corvinus University of Budapest and acquired her Master’s Degree in Management and Leadership.
Enrico De Maio is the lead developer at SolvencyAnalytics. His main responsibilities include front-end and back-end development of the SolvencyAnalytics Platform, database administration and management of a hosting environment. He is also supporting the quantitative researcher team by developing analytics tools and other IT solutions. Enrico studied at the University of Naples Federico II and acquired his Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering.
Before joining SolvencyAnalytics, he worked at MSCI, where he worked as software developer and in the field of software life-cycle management.
Anna Farsang is responsible for administration and HR support at the Budapest office. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics she worked at FoxPost as a Financial Assistant. Anna is studying Public Relations at Pazmany Peter Catholic University.
Nora Nemeth is responsible for regulatory reporting. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics, she worked at Cielo Talent as a Senior Operational Reporting Analyst, and as a Financial Reporting Analyst in the Business Intelligence department of Vodafone. Nora studied at the Budapest Business School, where her major was Accounting and Controlling.
Peter Pali is responsible for regulatory reporting. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics he worked at Baker Tilly Hungária and Crowe FST in the field of audit. Peter studied at the Corvinus University of Budapest, and acquired his Master’s Degree in Finance.
Balint Plangar is responsible for quantitative model development at SolvencyAnalytics. Balint holds an MSc degree in Insurance and Financial Mathematics at Corvinus University of Budapest and a BSc degree in Applied Economics. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics, he worked at Nationale Nederlanden as Actuary.
Kristof Torma is responsible for quantitative model development at SolvencyAnalytics. Kristof holds an MSc degree in Insurance and Financial Mathematics at Corvinus University of Budapest and a BSc degree in Applied Mathematics. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics, he worked at Morgan Stanley as Quantitative Risk Analyst and was being responsible for FX exotic pricing model validation.
Regulatory consulting projects and quantitative implementation
Balazs is managing regulatory consulting projects and quantitative implementation of services in the Solvency II and PRIIPs realm. Before joining SolvencyAnalytics, Balazs was working as a senior consultant and quantitative developer at Ramasoft, a software company specialized in regulatory services for European banking and insurance clients. Balazs holds a Master’s of Science in Finance from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and a Master’s of Science in Business Development from Corvinus University of Budapest.