Artur Fischer

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Artur Fischer
Artur-Fischer-Boerse-Berlin-Equiduct.jpg
Occupation Co-CEO
Employer Börse Berlin Equiduct
Location Berlin
Twitter @fisart
LinkedIn Profile
Website http://www.equiduct.com

Artur Fisher is the CEO of Equiduct and Co-CEO of Börse Berlin.[1] Fischer was appointed CEO of Börse Berlin in 2007.[2]

Background[edit]

Before joining Börse Berlin, Fischer held leading positions with several top tier European banks. From 1986 until 1991, he was a director at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

After three years as a board member of an English subsidiary of Hypo Bank, Fischer joined Bankgesellschaft Berlin, becoming corporate division manager and COO of the London branch. Since 2000 he has worked as a management consultant.

Education[edit]

Fachhochschule Darmstadt, Electronics, 1980 – 1984

References[edit]

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