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Global Wealth Management House Builds Out Middle East Business

Eliane Chavagnon 3 March 2017

Global Wealth Management House Builds Out Middle East Business

Indosuez has made two senior hires - one based in Dubai and one in Geneva - as it strengthens its presence in the Middle East.

[indosuez">Indosuez Wealth Management, the global wealth management division of Crédit Agricole Group, has appointed Nancy Sebaali and Rolf Schilde as Middle East team leaders in Dubai and Geneva, respectively.

Both Schilde and Sebaali will join the Middle East management committee and report to global head of the region, François Farjallah.  

Based in Dubai, Sebaali is tasked with growing the business in the GCC and Lebanon markets. She previously spent 11 years at Société Générale.

Schilde, meanwhile, joins as team leader for the Arabian Gulf team in Geneva, focused on strengthening Indosuez’s business across those markets. He previously spent 31 years at UBS in various senior Middle East banking roles, including head of wealth management at the DIFC, and as head of the representative offices in Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Lebanon.

Last month, Indosuez named Arjan de Boer as head of markets and investment solutions in Hong Kong.

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