Lexinta Appoints Dr. Paul Fang as Group CEO

ZUG, Switzerland, 12th September, 2016 – Lexinta is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Paul Fang as Group CEO, to lead Lexinta’s continued expansion into the global markets. Dr Fang will start in his new role as of October 1, 2016.

Lexinta Group President, Bismark Badilla, said “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Paul to the executive team and the extended Lexinta family. With his wide experience Paul is the ideal person to take the lead role in Lexinta’s on-going expansion into Asia and other markets.”

Paul Fang, says “I am extremely proud to be entrusted with the possibility to lead such a dynamic and globally acting company. The international financial markets are facing headwind and it has become a great challenge to be successful in this industry. This is particularly true in the Asian market, which is highly competitive. I am very much looking forward to bringing in my longstanding experience in Management Consulting, Banking and Asset Management and to actively contribute to the expansion strategy at Lexinta.”

About Lexinta

Lexinta AG is a privately owned global asset management company headquartered in Zug, Switzerland. Lexinta AG is incorporated as a public limited company, with commercial register number CH- and registered office located at Bahnhofstrasse 23, 6300 Zug, Switzerland. Lexinta AG is licensed as an asset management company and financial intermediary under Swiss law. Lexinta AG is a member of the FINMA recognised Self-Regulatory Organisation’s (SRO’s) PolyReg (www.polyreg.ch) and PolyAsset (www.polyasset.ch).

For further information on the Lexinta Group please visit: www.lexintagroup.com

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