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Bank Julius Baer adds two to executive board

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The board of directors of Bank Julius Baer has appointed Giovanni Flury and Yves Robert-Charrue as members of the executive board as of 1 January 2010.

Flury will succeed Bernard Keller as head of the market region Ticino and Italy, while Robert-Charrue will become the head of the bank’s investment solutions group.

Keller will remain member of the bank’s executive board as head Switzerland and will join the executive board of Julius Baer Group as of 1 January.

"These appointments of internal candidates allow us to ensure utmost continuity in all respects, most importantly towards our clients and the services we provide to them," says Boris F.J. Collardi (pictured), chief executive officer of the Julius Baer Group.

Flury, aged 55, will assume his new function as head of the Ticino and Italian market as of 1 January 2010. He can draw from more than two decades of experience in the financial services industry in Ticino. He joined the group’s Lugano-based operations in 2000 as head of private banking and a member of the local management team and became deputy of Keller in 2007.

Robert-Charrue, aged 36, will become head of investment solutions group as of 1 January 2010. He will take over from Boris F.J. Collardi who successfully realigned this function of Bank Julius Baer and headed it during 2009. Robert-Charrue joined Julius Baer early 2009 as head of funds and product management responsible for managing the full spectrum of investment funds globally. He gained a broad experience at Credit Suisse.

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