Lausanne, 1 November 2018 – Swiss FTS continues to expand its presence in the Swiss market by opening a new office in Lausanne.
Following the success of the Singapore office, which opened in September 2017, Swiss FTS is celebrating its eighth anniversary by opening a new office in Lausanne.
With this expansion, Swiss FTS has a clear objective in mind; to be closer to its customers and the market in Swiss Romandie. With the opening of the Lausanne office, Swiss FTS aims to provide an active, local and personal service to the region in future.
Rogier Teo, Partner at Swiss FTS, says:
“I am greatly looking forward to our new location in Romandie. We are confident that by having a local presence, we can serve existing customers in a more personal manner and establish new customer relationships.”
The office in Lausanne will be headed by Irène Wilson, who has been a Manager at Swiss FTS for over five years and will now be more involved in the expansion of Swiss FTS in her role as Director. In this role, she can count on the support of several French-speaking staff members.
Irène Wilson has spent several years working in the areas of IT forensics and eDiscovery, after obtaining a bachelor’s degree in forensic sciences and a master’s degree in law, criminality and security of new technologies at the University of Lausanne. Irène Wilson specialised in the development of customised eDiscovery solutions and the optimisation of existing workflows for customers. She has extensive knowledge of all aspects of the eDiscovery Reference Model (EDRM). Furthermore, she has been consulted as an expert by a number of Swiss courts, and was also able to demonstrate her skills in this area. She is an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), a Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) and has Nuix eDiscovery certification.
Mattias Aggeler, Partner at Swiss FTS, adds:
“We are delighted that Irène Wilson, a colleague with many years of experience and who is valued by our customers, is taking up the reins at our new location.”
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