Senior appointments at Société Générale Private Banking

Societe Generale Private Banking has made 4 senior appointments in the Wealth Planning, Fiduciary Services and Life Insurance Department, which is headed by Laurent Joly.

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The appointment of these 4 highly experienced experts underlines Societe Generale Private Banking’s ambitions to reinforce its activities in wealth planning and fiduciary services worldwide. These services constitute a key component of its global services offering, and comprises 240 specialists in 14 jurisdictions. These experts provide Societe Generale Private Banking’s clients with a worldwide network of full advisory services, which accompanies them in the international structuring of their wealth.

Jon Needham becomes Global Head of Fiduciary Services for Societe Generale Private Banking’s network. Based in Jersey, he is also appointed Group Head of Fiduciary Services and Wealth Planning at Societe Generale Private Banking Hambros.

Vittorio Castellani has been appointed Global Head of Wealth Planning and Fiduciary Services for Latin American clients at Societe Generale Private Banking. Based in Geneva, he is seconded to Alberto Valenzuela, Deputy Managing Director of Societe Generale Private Banking (Suisse) SA and Global Market Manager for Latin American Clients.

Cécile Decomps has become Global Head of Life Insurance at Societe Generale Private Banking, in charge of developing and promoting of the private bank’s life insurance offering among its international network. She is based in Paris.

Marco Cameroni has been appointed Head of Wealth Planning and Fiduciary Services for Societe Generale Bank & Trust’s private banking activities in Luxembourg. He replaces Claudio Bacceli, who was recently appointed Managing Director of private banking activities at Societe Generale Bank & Trust in Luxembourg.

Next Finance , March 2011

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