Paris-based asset manager La Financière Tiepolo has appointed Benoit de Moulins as head of Private Wealth Management.
He was most recently a client director within the wealth management division and a member of the executive committee of Banque Pictet France, he joined in 2014.
Prior to that, De Moulins has been a director of Edmond de Rothschild’s private bank between 1993 and 2014 and deputy director at Banque de Gestion Privée Indosuez from 1988 to 1993.
He started his career in 1980 at Banque de la Cité before joining Banque Neuflize Schlumberger Mallet where he managed mandates and developed patrimonial advisory in 1984.
Commenting the appointment, Eric Doutrebente, chairman of La Financière Tiepolo, said De Moulins will be responsible for developing and managing assets of private clients as well as bolstering the boutique’s multimanagement expertise.
Established in June 2007, La Financière Tiepolo currently manages €850m on behalf of 1,700 families based in France, Luxembourg and Belgium. It also runs four France-domiciled funds.