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Geneva-based private bank chairman to step down

Geneva-based private bank chairman to step down

Banque Cramer (BCC) is to elect a new chairman after Marco J. Netzer decided not to solicit the renewal of his director mandate at the bank’s annual general meeting on 26 April 2018.

Manuel Leuthold, who joined the bank’s board of directors in 2016, will take over as chairman.

Norinvest holdings has made Marco J. Netzer honorary chairman to thank him for his services to BCC. He will remain with the bank as a consultant for the board of directors and delegate to special affairs. He will also remain a director of Norinvest Holding.

BCC director Christian Mossaz, elected to the board of directors in 2008, has decided to leave Banque Cramer to retire.

In a press release NIH announced it will propose Jean-Gabriel Arqueros for election to its board of directors at the next annual general meeting.

Norinvest Holding is a Swiss investment company that owns Banque Cramer.

In December 2017 Citywire Switzerland reported on Lombard Odier’s former head of advisory Jacques Lemoisson joining Banque Cramer as CIO.

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