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The recruits are to join the London-based team with the firm’s UK CEO Duncan MacIntyre, who joined the group in January from Coutts, in charge.
Karl Von Bezing has joined the company assuming the position of the chief operating officer from Ernst & Young, where he was working in the wealth and asset management division for five years; previously he also occupied the director role at Scorpio Partnership.
Having previously served as a head of the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Mediterranean desk at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, Karen Boecker has assumed a senior private banker role in the Middle East sector.
What concerns the Turkish market, Duygu Gözeler Porchet became a new member fulfilling the role of a private banker.
Aurélie Jaclot has become a private banker for the French market, joining Lombard Odier from Pictet where she was also holding a private banker post.
Meanwhile, Géraldine Appert joined the Odier’s workforce as a wealth planner from SG Hambros where she was a head of the international wealth planning team. Lastly, Louis Dobbyn has joined the firm assuming the role of the legal counsel.
MacIntyre commented: “We need a strong team to help me on that journey and we will be making more senior private banking and investment management hires in the months ahead.
“Each member of the team brings different strengths and experiences but each has been hired for embodying the same fundamental spirit and belief that working in partnership with our clients, we can help support them in meeting their ambitions – for their family, their wealth, and their future.”