SGSS in Italy appoints Marco Mosca Head of Business Development
May 16, 2019
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SGSS has this week confirmed the appointment of Marco Mosca as Head of Business Development which took effect on April 1. Based in Milan, he will report to Frédéric Barroyer, CEO of Societe Generale Securities Services in Italy. 

SGSS says that after long experience in operational, transformation and planning management, Mosca will co-ordinate engineering, solutions and marketing teams in the development of an effective growth strategy. He will also oversee the development of new products and solutions to match market needs in a continuous evolving context.

Mosca began his career in 1997 at Deutsche Bank as Service Manager. He then joined JP Morgan as Back Office Manager and in 2001 Unicredit as Depositary Bank Manager. He joined SGSS SpA in 2006, managing a large operational department dedicated to funds, improving operating performance of application processing, billing, commissions and customer service.

Mosca was appointed Head of Fund Service Operations in Italy in 2012, being responsible for fund accounting, Ttansfer agency, middle office and analytics.





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SGSS has this week confirmed the appointment of Marco Mosca as Head of Business Development which took effect on April 1. Based in Milan, he will report to Frédéric Barroyer, CEO of Societe Generale Securities Services in Italy. 

SGSS says that after long experience in operational, transformation and planning management, Mosca will co-ordinate engineering, solutions and marketing teams in the development of an effective growth strategy. He will also oversee the development of new products and solutions to match market needs in a continuous evolving context.

Mosca began his career in 1997 at Deutsche Bank as Service Manager. He then joined JP Morgan as Back Office Manager and in 2001 Unicredit as Depositary Bank Manager. He joined SGSS SpA in 2006, managing a large operational department dedicated to funds, improving operating performance of application processing, billing, commissions and customer service.

Mosca was appointed Head of Fund Service Operations in Italy in 2012, being responsible for fund accounting, Ttansfer agency, middle office and analytics.



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