EFG International appoints head of Private Banking Geneva
Swiss private banking group EFG International has hired Philippe Bruyère as head of Private Banking Geneva.
He reports to Adrian Kyriazi, CEO, Continental Europe and head of Private Banking, Switzerland.
Bruyère replaces Jean-Louis Platteau, who will focus on the development of his own portfolio of clients as well as overseeing the Independent Asset Managers segment.
Prior to joining the firm, Bruyère has worked at Credit Suisse, where, since 2010, he was Market Group head – Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Israel and Greece, based in Geneva.
Formerly, he held finance and business management positions in various sectors such as travel and financial services.