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JTC Group makes double hire in Swiss office


JTC Group has bolstered its private client capabilities in Switzerland through two senior appointments in Geneva, including Jonathan Kirby who joins as managing director of the group’s Swiss office.

In his new role at JTC, Kirby will focus on leading the Swiss team, developing operational capabilities and growing the office as part of JTC’s global network.
Kirby was previously at Deutsche Bank where he worked for almost five years across its offices in Geneva and Guernsey.  Most recently, he held the roles of vice president, with full management responsibility of the office in Geneva, and board positions on the fiduciary corporate entities. 
In addition, Sebastien Hayoz has been appointed as director of private client services.  Prior to joining JTC, Hayoz was head of private clients for TMF Group in Geneva and Zurich, where he worked for over six years. 
Kircby says: “I’m very much looking forward to taking up my new challenge of leading the JTC Geneva office. Having built a good reputation in the city over the past seven years, JTC now has a strong platform on which to build and expand its private client base. The global private client industry has faced a challenging time over recent years in terms of regulatory and political pressures, but we have a team in place that is focused on high quality service levels, global knowledge and professionalism, and those will be the differentiators in the new look European wealth management landscape.”
Iain Johns, group head of private client services at JTC Group, adds: “I’m delighted to have Jonathan and Sebastien on board.  Jonathan has significant experience and excellent leadership skills to deliver his role to its full potential, whilst Sebastien is a proven leader in the private wealth field. Geneva has always been a popular jurisdiction for our Latin American clients and is becoming increasingly attractive to our contacts in emerging markets. With the new leadership team in place, we are confident we can capitalise on these trends in the months and years ahead.”

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