4 October 2022
Carel Huber joins Mirabaud’s Wealth Management division as Global Head of the EAM management teams. The Mirabaud Group is intending to strengthen its offer in the multi-custodian wealth management market.
Based in Geneva and reporting directly to Nicolas Mirabaud, Managing Partner and Head of Wealth Management, Carel Huber is responsible for managing External Asset Management (EAM) teams in Switzerland and abroad since 1st October.
With more than ten years’ experience in supporting EAM clients in large global banks, Carel Huber will be responsible for expanding this segment across the Mirabaud Group. He will be supported in this process by a dedicated offering and specialised teams in various countries, and by the cooperation between Mirabaud Group’s business lines (Wealth Management, Asset Management, Corporate Finance).
This development will also be supported by the new digital ecosystem introduced by Mirabaud private bank. This is the largest digital transformation project in the Group’s history, enabling its teams to combine a personalised, human approach with cutting-edge technology and thus meet the expectations of a new generation of investors.
“I am delighted that Carel has joined us as Global Head of EAM clients, for whom Mirabaud offers a tailor-made service through its focus on strong customer relationships”, explains Nicolas Mirabaud. “His managerial experience and extensive knowledge of the industry will be additional assets in serving this professional and demanding client segment”.
Carel Huber continues: “I look forward to working with Mirabaud’s EAM teams, applying the responsible, long-term approach that is an integral part of Mirabaud’s DNA, driven by its unique blend of tradition and innovation”.
Mr Huber will continue the development work carried out in recent years by Pierre Donnet, who has decided to devote himself exclusively to client management.Source: Mirabaud
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