Four Senior Hires for Julius Baer

by | Nov 4, 2015

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Julius Baer has boosted their UK Relationship Management and Wealth Planning team with four senior hires, all joining from Deutsche Bank’s London office.

In come Annabel Bosman, Damien Crommie, Matthew Garnham and Jamie Banks to the London office. The four will focus developing on domiciled and non-domiciled clients. They will report to David Durlacher, Head of Relationship Management, and be supported by Fabian Ruggieri.

Annabel Bosman becomes Managing Director Senior Adviser. She has more than 18 years of experience in relationship management and advising high and ultra-high net worth individuals.

Damien Crommie becomes an Executive Director. He has over 13 years of experience in relationship management and advising high and ultra-high net worth individuals.

Matthew Garnham becomes a Director. He has over ten years’ experience in relationship management and advising high and ultra-high net worth individuals.

Jamie Banks becomes an Executive Director. He has over 16 years’ experience in wealth and tax planning for private individuals.

Fabian Ruggieri has worked as an adviser to private clients for over five years and will support the new team in servicing clients.

Head of the Julius Baer business in the UK Adam Horowitz said: “I am delighted that Annabel, Damien, Matthew, Jamie and Fabian have joined us as we step up our growth in the UK. 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 that brings a deep understanding and commitment to servicing HNW and UHNW individuals and families.”

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