Lazard Frères Gestion strengthens its Paris-based wealth management team

Sophie de Nadaillac, head of wealth management development at Lazard Frères Gestion, has been appointed active partner and Jean-Marie Combes, latterly at Rothschild & Cie, has been hired as a private banker.

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Jean-Marie Combes, 33, joined Lazard Frères Gestion as a Private Banker within the wealth management development team headed by Sophie de Nadaillac.
Since april 2004, Jean-Marie has worked for Rothschild & Cie as senior banker then private banker. Prior to this he was at CDC Ixis Private Capital Management.
Jean-Marie Combes is a graduate of Sciences Po’ and ESSEC. He holds a DESS in Notarial Law from the University of Toulouse and a DESS Wealth Management from the University of Clermont-Ferrand.

Sophie de Nadaillac, 38, has been appointed active partner of Lazard Frères Gestion. Since 2007, she has served as head of wealth management development at Lazard Frères Gestion. She joined Lazard Group in 1995 where she was, until its integration with Lazard Frères Gestion, Manager within the Mergers & Acquisitions Consulting department of Lazard Frères in Paris.

Sophie de Nadaillac is graduated from HEC and holds a DESS in taxation of business from Dauphine.

"The activity of private management which is part of the historical core business of Lazard, has been highly modernized and developed over the last four years. Sophie Nadaillac who drives the development team has done an important job in Paris and the provinces. I welcome her in the college of general partners of Lazard Frères Gestion" commented François de Saint-Pierre, Lazard’s partner in charge of private management.

Next Finance , March 2011

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