Troika to grow private banking with new head
Russian investment and asset management firm Troika Dialog today revealed plans to expand its private banking division with the appointment of a new head who will also cover retail, Catherine Thibaut
Thibaut will be responsible for developing Troika’s wealth management business as part of her new role, which takes up in November this year in Moscow.
She moves from RBS Coutts where she was executive vice president of private banking for eastern and central Europe, having previously held other executive roles in the banking sphere, including managing director at ING Bank Switzerland and CEO of American Express’ Moscow outlet.
Igor Sagiryan, managing director for the Russian investment manager who Thibaut will report to, said her 15 years of experience in the industry would help the firm to improve its offering in the wealth management sphere.
Troika is currently based in 21 Russian cities and holds offices in London, New York, Kiev, Almaty and Nicosia.