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Julius Baer makes changes to Front Office management in UK and Ireland


Julius Baer Front Office in the UK and Ireland will now be headed by Massimo Hilber (pictured) who has been Head of Relationship since 2014. Prior to this he held senior executive roles in Asia and Switzerland.  

Appointed as as Heads of Relationship Management are Annabel Bosman and Robert Woodthorpe Browne. Paul McCafferty, who came to Julius Baer at the beginning of 2016 from Barclays Wealth, has been named as a Deputy Head of Relationship Management and joins Terry Gyorffy and Rajan Rattan in this role. 

Woodthorpe Browne joins Julius Baer from Adam & Co, where he was Market Head for England and a member of the management committee. In this role he was responsible for a large team of Relationship Managers, Investment Managers and Financial Planners based in London and regionally. He has a broad wealth management background from Coutts and BNP Paribas Fortis. At Julius Baer, in addition to his role as Head of Relationship Management, the Dublin office will come under his responsibility.
Bosman joined Julius Baer as a senior Relationship Manager in November 2015 from Deutsche Bank, where she was a member of the senior management and responsible for the largest RM/wealth planning team.  Prior to that she was an Investment Counsellor at Citi. 
David Durlacher, CEO of Julius Baer UK & Ireland says: “I am glad to welcome Annabel, Robert and Paul to the Julius Baer management team.  These changes will help us to build our business in the UK and Ireland and to reinforce our position as the top independent wealth manager in a market where most major firms are attached to asset managers or investment banks.”

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