The banker, who concentrates on areas such as UHNW clients in emerging markets, had previously worked at Citigroup and Credit Suisse, and has been based in Geneva.
Bancaire Privée has confirmed that Vikram Gopalakrishnan, who
joined the Swiss private bank in January year, no longer
works at the firm.
The Geneva-headquartered bank declined to comment further. His exit was reported on other news services yesterday.
Gopalakrishnan was based in Geneva, and his role involved a focus on ultra-high net worth clients in emerging markets, his LinkedIn profile stated.
Prior to UBP, he worked (June 2016 to January 2023) at Credit Suisse in advisory and sales, also working in the UHNW space, operating as an investment consultant covering Africa and the Middle East.
Before this, he worked at Citigroup, most recently as director in the investments space, again concentrating on UHNW clients across the global NRI, Middle East and Africa markets.
This news service understands that Gopalakrishnan hasn’t left to join a rival firm.