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Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Builds Swiss Team

Editorial Staff 5 July 2023

Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) Builds Swiss Team

The European lender, which dates back to 2009, has offices in a number of locations and has unveiled its team line-up for the Swiss market.

Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein), said it has a new leadership team in its Switzerland branch. 

From 1 July, Andreas Rösch (pictured) will lead the branch as head of private banking. He has worked in leadership roles at firms including UBS, Barclays, Schroder Bank and HSBC. Rösch, who has a master's of law from  the University of St Gallen, has more than 30 years of experience in the private banking world. 

Since January 2023, Mara Seiwerth has been responsible for legal, compliance and risk roles. She is a lawyer educated in Germany. Before joining Banque Havilland she was head of compliance at Bank Von Roll in Zurich, among other positions.

Since May 2023, Thomas Raphael has been in charge of finance and operations at the Swiss branch. He is a Certified Internal Auditor and has a master's degree in finance from the University of St Gallen. During the last 15 years, he has worked for PwC, UBS, Julius Bär and BIL Suisse.

Daniel Bischof rounds out the team of which he has been a member since January 2023. He has worked in banks such as BIL, BNP Paribas (Switzerland) and others. Bischof holds a master's degree from the University St Gallen.

“We are proud to count on a very experienced leadership team in Zurich and are convinced to have put in place a robust foundation for our future,” Banque Havilland (Liechtenstein) chief executive Fabian Käslin said. 

The firm has offices in Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Monaco and the UAE.

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