Julius Baer restructures custody team

Julius Baer has created a dedicated front unit for its business with Intermediaries and global custody clients. As of 1 January 2019, it will be led by the Bank’s Executive Board member Philipp Rickenbacher.

In his new role as head Intermediaries & Global Custody, Rickenbacher will assume international responsibility for this B2B segment, developing a consistent strategy and tailored offering focusing on its specific needs and requirements. He joined Julius Baer in 2004, where he held various senior leadership roles, including the responsibility for the Structured Products area. In 2016 he was appointed to the Bank’s Executive Board and to his current role as Head Advisory Solutions.

As of 1 January 2019, Nicolas de Skowronski will succeed Philipp Rickenbacher as head Advisory Solutions and become a member of the Bank’s Executive Board. De Skowronski joined Julius Baer in 2005, with the Bank’s acquisition of Ferrier Lullin & Cie SA. Since then, he has served as head Investment Advisory and chief of Staff, and lately as head Advisory Operations and Development as well as deputy head Advisory Solutions. Over the past three years, he has been instrumental in developing and implementing Julius Baer’s advisory offering, its approach towards holistic advice and the related digitalisation efforts.

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Ridhima Sharma speaks German and is DACH Correspondent for InvestmentEurope. She has more than 8 years of experience in the media industry. Before joining us, she was working in India and covering automotive and lifestyle sectors. Over the years many of her stories have been published in various magazines across India.

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