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The Managing Partners of the Mirabaud Group have appointed Alain Baron, who is currently responsible for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Wealth Management markets, as a Limited Partner, effective 1 January 2020.

Yves Mirabaud, Senior Managing Partner, says: “Alain Baron contributes very actively to the development of our customer base in the MENA market, thanks to his excellent knowledge of the region, his network of contacts and the support of the team he coordinates. His approach to private management, which focusses on personalised support and tailored solutions with high added value, is characteristic of the expertise exercised by Mirabaud for 200 years.”
 
Having already had a presence in the United Arab Emirates since 2007 through a subsidiary in Dubai, Mirabaud has just obtained a licence to expand its Wealth Management activities in Abu Dhabi.
 
Baron joins Etienne d’Arenberg and Thiago Frazao, Limited Partners, respectively responsible for the UK and the Latin America Wealth Management markets. As investors in the company, Limited Partners hold management roles and help shape the development of the Group. As a reminder, on 1 January 2020, the board of Managing Partners will be composed of Yves Mirabaud (Senior), Lionel Aeschlimann, Camille Vial, Nicolas Mirabaud and Michael Palma. As both co-owners and directors, the Managing Partners are personally invested in the Group’s strategy and make sure that its clients’ assets are managed with the same care and concern for continuity as the company itself.
 
Baron, aged 39, is responsible for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Wealth Management market. He joined Mirabaud in 2012. He has extensive experience in the private management sector, par­ticularly at the National Bank of Kuwait. He holds an MBA from the ESA Business School in Beirut, Lebanon, and a DESM from the ESCP-EAP in Paris, France, and is fluent in Arabic, French and English.

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