Swiss private bank Julius Baer has bulked up its UK presence with four senior hires from Deutsche Bank. The team will work out of the firm’s London office in its relationship management and wealth planning department.
Annabel Bosman (pictured) joins as managing director, senior adviser with over 18 years of experience in relationship management and advising high and ultra-high net worth individuals. She joins from Deutsche Bank’s London office, where she had has been a senior banker since 2009, before which she was an investment counselor at Citi.
Damien Crommie is now executive director at Julius Baer, having previously been a senior banker at Deutsche Bank since 2010, prior to which he worked as an adviser in Australia for National Australia Bank.
Jamie Banks also joins as executive director with over 16 years’ experience in wealth and tax planning for private individuals, including in Deutsche Bank’s London office, which he joined in 2008. He was previously head of the banks UK regulated wealth planning business.
Matthew Garnham has been appointed director and similarly to all the team has experience in relationship management and advising high and ultra-high net worth individuals, most recently in Deutsche Bank’s London office, which he joined in 2012. Before that he was a senior adviser at Credit Suisse and Lombard Odier.
“The UK market remains a key focus of our long-term strategy. We are pleased to recruit a widely respected, experienced team in the UK,” says Adam Horowitz, head of Julius Baer’s business in the UK.
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