GENEVA, June 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Union Bancaire Privee (UBP) continues the implementation of its Private Banking division's strategic plan by appointing Alan Mudie as Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of UBP Private Banking. Previously, Mr Mudie was CIO at BNP Paribas International Private Bank and also held various high-level positions at United European Bank (UEB) and Barclays Bank in Paris. Before joining UBP he was at Syz & Co., as Head of Oyster Funds and most recently as Head of Fund Research.
"We are delighted that Alan Mudie is joining us as Chief Investment Officer. His experience in investment strategy, product innovation and manager selection spanning more than twenty years will allow him to enhance our range of products and services. His in-depth knowledge of private clients' investment requirements will enable us to adapt our asset management policy to our clients' expectations," said Michel Longhini, Executive Managing Director of Union Bancaire Privee's Private Banking division.
As CIO, Mr Mudie will be in charge of the global investment process, the overall investment strategy and asset allocation for Private Banking. Mr Mudie said, "UBP is a leader in wealth management and I look forward to playing a part in this important stage of its development."
Mr Mudie is British and a graduate of the University of St Andrews and Teesside Polytechnic.
About Union Bancaire Privee
Union Bancaire Privee, UBP SA (UBP) is based in Geneva and is one of Switzerland's leading private banks. Active in the field of asset management for both private and institutional clients and with a very solid balance sheet, the Bank had some CHF 65 billion (USD 69 billion) in assets under management as at 31 December 2010. UBP employs some 1,200 people in over 20 locations worldwide and provides a complete range of innovative investment products and services, both in traditional and alternative asset management, with the aim of achieving a high performance and protecting clients' capital. http://www.ubp.com
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