Daily Management Review

Zurich-based private bank, Julius Baer, appoints Oliver Bartholet as its Chief Risk Officer


09/22/2017


This is the third change in the company’s top management.



On Friday, Julius Baer, a Swiss private bank said it has appointed Oliver Bartholet as its chief risk officer.

Bartholet will be replacing Bernhard Hodler, who will now become the deputy to the company’s CEO, Boris Collardi.

In a statement Zurich-based Julius Baer said, Bartholet, who used to head the company’s legal, regulatory and governance division, will take up the new position with effect from April 1, 2018.

Bartholet’s appointment marks the third change in its executive board this year after it announced the replacements for Latin America head Gustavo Raitzin and Jan Bielinski as chief communications officer.



 

Source:

http://uk.reuters.com

 







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