Private client investment manager Julius Baer International has appointed a new senior management team to its London office.
Daniel Gerber is now chief executive officer, succeeding Juerg Berger, who has stepped down from this position in order to focus fully on his roles as market head UK and a member of the board of directors of Julius Baer International. In addition, Charlotte Vilén has been named deputy CEO and Stuart Bates has joined the team as the new chief operating officer.
Gerber has been with Julius Baer since 1999, most recently as deputy CEO of Julius Baer International. Vilén has been with the group since 2001, and Bates is a new hire from Credit Suisse in London, where he was head of business control.
Julius Baer International, London, is a UK investment management firm, authorised by the FSA, providing investment advice and portfolio management services to UK and international private clients.
Outgoing CEO Berger said of the new team: “We are delighted to have been able to appoint top professionals from both within and outside the Julius Baer Group to these key positions. With their outstanding track records and in-depth knowledge of the market, Daniel, Charlotte and Stuart will all make a substantial contribution towards further strengthening our position in the UK.”
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