In the past year, Bank Julius Baer has strengthened its advisory base in Germany and opened new locations in Hanover and Berlin. Now, the bank continues to expand in 2019. At the beginning of the year, Bank Julius Baer received further advisory growth, thereby expanding three of the ten locations in Germany.
The bank has appointed five new consultants in Frankfurt, Kiel and Hanover. At the Munich location, the wealth planning division will also be expanded to include an experienced wealth planner.
In Frankfurt, Andreas Beier (also in Stuttgart), Matthias Luck and Anke Werdecker will strengthen the strategic customers team. Both Beier and Luck as well as Werdecker were previously active in the same customer segment at UBS.
Effective immediately, Klaus-Erik Treiber will bring in his experience in Kiel, where he worked in asset management and portfolio management at Merck Finck Director. In Hannover, Lars Jendrtzok joins the existing team. He previously worked as a client advisor at Bankhaus Hallbaum.
In addition, Wealth Planning in Munich will be strengthened in January by Alexandra Kolb, who comes from HypoVereinsbank AG. As a result, strategic asset planning within the company will become even more important in the future. This also includes advice on questions of strategic asset succession and founding a foundation.
At all ten locations - Frankfurt, Berlin, Würzburg, Hamburg, Hanover, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Mannheim, Kiel and Munich - the bank's clients have direct access to tailor-made concepts for professional asset management and holistic, independent investment advice. In addition to cross-bank, strategic advice, customers also have the opportunity to participate in Julius Baer's international network and its leading expertise in private banking.