Saxo Bank hires Eric Krueger to the new position of Global Head of Client Services

Maria Nikolova

Mr Krueger will play a lead role in managing and developing Saxo Bank’s client relationships and the infrastructure serving those clients.

Saxo Bank, the leading Fintech specialist focused on multi-asset trading and investment, today announces the appointment of Eric Krueger to a newly established position as Global Head of Client Services, effective from 2 July 2018.

He will report directly to Damian Bunce, CCO of Saxo Bank A/S.

Eric Krueger

Eric will play a lead role in managing and developing Saxo Bank’s client relationships and the infrastructure serving those clients. He assumes the overall responsibility to lead Saxo Bank’s global client services organisation to further strengthen Saxo Bank’s renowned client service.

Eric joins Saxo Bank with 20 years of experience in the financial industry with specific expertise in program trading, electronic trading and sales trading gained through his work at Barclays Capital and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He joins Saxo after 9 years at Barclays where he most recently served as Managing Director Head of Cash Execution Sales for the EMEA region. Before joining Barclays in 2009, he also worked at Merrill Lynch for 11 years in various leadership positions focusing on Program trading and Electronic Trading.

Damian Bunce, CCO of Saxo Bank, commented:

“Coupling great products and platforms with world class service has always been the hallmark of Saxo. We want to further strengthen the service we offer to clients and deploy the next generation of tools and we are very delighted to welcome someone of Eric’s calibre to work on that. The new Global Head of Client Services role is key to drive Saxo’s client-centric strategy, value proposition and reflect the needs of our customers.

As a result of twenty years of leading client focused businesses, Eric has developed an extensive understanding of client service, experience and knowledge in the field and I am confident that he will add real value to our clients.”

Eric Krueger commented on the new role:

“I look forward to participating in the growth of Saxo Bank. Saxo Bank leads the industry when it comes to the combination of products, platforms, pricing and crucially, Saxo has always coupled its unique digital offering with strong client services. This combination is rare and I look forward to help driving our client offering to an even higher level.”

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