Lombard Odier’s former head of advisory Jacques Lemoisson has joined Geneva private bank Banque Cramer as CIO.
In his new capacity, Lemoisson is chief investment officer and head of investment products, reporting directly to the bank’s CEO, Cédric Anker.
Lemoissier takes over from current CIO Placido Albanese, who is leaving the bank. Albanese has been at the private bank since 2014, based in Zurich, while Lemoissier will sit in Geneva.
Lemoisson left Lombard Odier in June 2017 and had been head of global macro and equity advisory and an ETF strategist at the firm since 2010.
During his time with the group, he managed a team of eight advisors and 12 traders dedicated to private clients, ultra-high-net-worth individuals and European institutional investors.
Prior to that, Lemoisson was head of equity and ETFs at Newedge in Paris.
In his place at Lombard Odier, Pierre-Olivier Neyraud was appointed to take on the role of head of advisory, a position he assumed in April 2017.
A fresh team
Anker joined the bank as CEO in October 2017 from Mirabaud, where he was co-head of wealth management.
He worked alongside Nicolas Mirabaud and Camille Vial as the head of wealth management for Switzerland.
Anker has also held the role of CEO at Banque Vontobel Genève and has worked at Credit Suisse as managing director in charge of local private clients in Geneva.