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Stonehage Fleming hires two senior bankers from UBS


Stonehage Fleming has appointed two senior business directors in Switzerland.

Florin Hug and Andreas Pankow have been hired to further strengthen Stonehage Fleming’s business in Continental Europe and to promote the group’s broad capabilities and depth of practical knowledge to international clients.
Hug joins from UBS, where he spent 15 years in a variety of client facing roles, latterly as executive director for ultra-high net worth clients (family offices and institutional clients). He has 22 years of banking industry experience.
Pankow has worked in the banking industry for more than 15 years, most recently at UBS as an executive director for ultra-high net worth clients (family offices and institutional clients). Prior to joining UBS, he spent five years at Credit Suisse as senior vice president and head of investment consulting (Germany).
Hug and Pankow both joined the Zurich office in May and report to Andreas Knecht and Mark McMullen.
McMullen, CEO of Stonehage Fleming Family Office, says: “Florin and Andreas both have impressive backgrounds in supporting ultra-high net worth clients in both the Swiss and German markets and their experience is well suited to our distinctive integrated family office approach. Both roles are newly created and we look forward to seeing them develop our organisation further.”
Knecht, CEO, Swiss investment management at Stonehage Fleming, adds: “Switzerland is an important market for Stonehage Fleming and we are sure that Florin and Andreas will enable us to expand our presence here. Both will work closely with our international offices.”

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