By Andrea Figueras
Julius Baer, the Swiss wealth management group, has announced plans to restructure its executive board effective from the beginning of 2024. The company aims to enhance its leadership and achieve its targets for the 2023-2025 strategic cycle and beyond.
Departures and Promotions
Yves Robert-Charrue, currently a member of the executive board and head of Switzerland, Europe, Middle East, and Africa, will depart from the company in early 2022. Meanwhile, Beatriz Sanchez will step down from the board and assume the position of chair of Americas.
New Additions to the Executive Board
Julius Baer has appointed several new members to the executive board:
- Sonia Goessi – Head of Switzerland and Europe (joining from UBS)
- Carlos Recoder Miralles – Head of Americas and Iberia (already with Julius Baer)
- Rahul Malhotra – Head of Emerging Markets (already with Julius Baer)
- Thomas Frauenlob – Head of Intermediaries and Family Offices (joining from UBS)
- Sandra Niethen – Head of Client Strategy and Experience (already with Julius Baer)
Including HR Division on the Executive Board
As part of the restructuring, Julius Baer will introduce the human resources division to its executive board.
These changes in structure and leadership are expected to align the company’s operations with its strategic goals and drive success in the coming years.