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September 4, 2008

Bank Julius Baer hires Stephan Haeberle

by Richard Kilner

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Swiss-based private banking and asset management Bank Julius Baer has announced the appointment of Stephan Haeberle to the Executive Board, and as regional head of Central and Eastern Europe and parts of Africa.

Haeberle will assume his new position on 1 March 2009 when he will take on responsibility for fostering the firm’s wealth management operations in the regions he will head.

He joins the firm from LGT Bank in Liechtenstein, where he has spent two years leading Private Banking International and as a member of the General Management.

During his time with LGT he was instrumental in growing the bank’s operations in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as Africa.

Haeberle brings over a quarter of a century of experience in private banking, and has worked for firms such as Bank Leu and UBS over the course of his career.

He will be directly responsible to Julius Baer’s chief executive officer, Alex W. Widmer, and will be based in Zurich.

 

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