The key component to our success is our extensive experience in the financial services industry and in all areas of risk management. Our leadership team enjoys direct participation in project work on challenging topics with our customers. In addition, the members of the leadership team also have the following roles and responsibilities.
Andreas has more than two decades of professional experience in the financial services sector. After three years as a team leader in Controlling at Deutsche Bank he joined Ernst & Young Consulting (later Cap Gemini Ernst & Young), where he worked for 5 years as a senior manager and member of the Management Team in the Risk & Asset Management Practice. In 2003, he co-founded the risk management consultancy Dr. Peter & Company AG and led the company as CEO, until its merger with Fintegral in 2016. Andreas studied physics at the University of Gießen and the University of Washington in Seattle and holds a PhD in physics from the University of Gießen.
After obtaining a PhD in particle physics from ETH/CERN Jörg worked in banking for seven years. He went on to become a partner and Global Head of Risk Analytics for Financial Services Risk Management at Ernst & Young, as well as a member of the Global Executive Board for Financial Risk Management. He also led their Thought Leadership Team and served as leader of the Central European Financial Risk Practice, with over 100 professionals. He founded Fintegral in 2009.
Dilbagh is the head of Fintegral’s London practice. He has over 18 years of experience in the field of derivatives, systematic trading and risk management at tier 1 banks and hedge funds. Prior to joining the firm he worked as a Portfolio Manager at Nomura Global in London and managed a number of derivatives trading desks at Credit Suisse in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Dilbagh started his career as a quantitative trader within Man Group’s systematic hedge fund AHL. He holds a degree in Natural Sciences (Physics) from the University of Cambridge.
Martin heads Fintegral’s office in Germany. He has more than one decade experience in the financial services sector. His recent project focus is mainly on non-financial risk . Martin has studied business administration at the University of Ingolstadt-Eichstätt and he holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Mergers & Acquisition from the University of Münster.