UBS private bank’s recruitment head Sandra Dawson and UBS fund selector Mark Le Lievre have both left the bank.
Citywire Selector, a sister website of Citywire Switzerland, revealed Le Lievre’s departure in an exclusive story. On the same day, reports of Dawson’s exit emerged on finews.com, which said she would be leaving her role as global head of recruiting at the end of May and joining Ireland’s AIB as head of talent acquisition.
These changes come in the midst of a major reshuffle within UBS’ wealth management arm, which is currently merging its wealth management and wealth management Americas divisions.
As Citywire Selector previously reported, the bank recently assigned its head of fund selection, Roman Berri, to oversee hedge fund strategies. It also appointed Jerry Pasucci, previously in charge of alternative investments in America, as global head of alternatives team.
Furthermore, head of private markets content, Jake Elmhirst, is set to take on responsibilities for the private markets division in London, Citywire Selector confirmed.
Both Elmhirst and Berri reported to Le Lievre prior to the change.