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Roland Schwinn, Head of Business Development Asia & Middle East, Eurex, and Chief Executive Officer, Eurex Clearing Asia, Deutsche Boerse Group

Roland Schwinn is the Head of Business Development for Asia, Pacific and the Middle East for Eurex, the derivatives market of the Deutsche Boerse Group. He joined Eurex in 2007 as Head of Business Research until he took over the business development role for the Asia Pacific region in July 2007.

He is also the founding director of Deutsche Boerse Asia Holding and Eurex Clearing Asia and since July 2015 he acts as the Chief Executive Officer of Eurex Clearing Asia in Singapore. From 1994 to 2006 he worked as an Independent Business Consultant for Eurex and the Deutsche Boerse Group in several international projects and in the areas of Marketing & Sales and Institutional Investor Business Development, specializing in hedge funds.

He started his career at the DTB - Deutsche Terminboerse - (the predecessor of Eurex) in 1990 as a Product Development Manager and worked in several positions at DTB, including Strategic Marketing Manager and Client Services Manager until 1994.

Roland Schwinn studied at the University of Applied Sciences, Trier Germany and the University of Leicester, UK. He is holding a master degree in Business Administration and a Postgraduate Diploma in European Business Studies. Since September 2015, Schwinn is also a Research Fellow at the Singapore Management University (SMU).

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