Yves Mirabaud named as new chairman of Swiss private banks association

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Yves Mirabaud (pictured), senior partner of Mirabaud, has been named as new chairman of the association of Swiss private banks (ASPB).

He replaces Christoph Gloor who resigned after Notenstein Banque Privée has taken over the activities of La Roche & Co.

“As senior partner of Mirabaud, an especially active group that has posted strong growth in recent years and is present in the main Swiss and global financial centres, Yves Mirabaud has the ideal experience to help the ASPB and its members continue to take an active role in defending the interests of the industry, both domestically and internationally,” said the ASPB in a press release.

The association, headquartered in Geneva, is currently gathering 10 member banks employing 6,000 people across the world.


Adrien Paredes-Vanheule
Adrien Paredes-Vanheule is French-Speaking Europe Correspondent for InvestmentEurope, covering France, Belgium, Geneva and Monaco.

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