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Société Générale's Swiss Arm Appoints New CFO

Editorial Staff 10 October 2022


Société Générale makes two new senior hires in Switzerland.

Last week, Société Générale Private Banking Switzerland appointed Tûyet-Nhung Krummenacher as chief financial officer and member of the executive committee, and Aurélie Maillard as head of private equity.

Both appointments start immediately, the firm said in a statement.

Based in Geneva, Krummenacher will ensure the production, steering and financial management of SGPBS and support the group's private bank in Switzerland as part of its 2022 to 2026 strategic development to improve its service to clients, the firm added.

Krummenacher will report to Franck Bonin, CEO of SGPBS.

Geneva-based Maillard will develop the open-architecture private assets offering of the Swiss, Luxembourgian, and Monegasque entities to provide the bank's clients with global investment solutions in private equity, real estate, infrastructure and private debt, the firm said.

Maillard will report to Bonin and head of wealth management solutions at SGPB Europe Olivier Gérard.

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