Julius Baer has appointed Annabel Bosman, Damien Crommie, Matthew Garnham and Jamie Banks to its London office as a relationship management and wealth planning team.
In their new roles, they will focus on developing Julius Baer’s UK business, covering domiciled and non-domiciled clients, reporting to David Durlacher, head of Relationship Management. They will be supported by Fabian Ruggieri.
Bosman (pictured), managing director senior adviser, joins from Deutsche Bank’s London office, where she has been a senior banker from 2009 to 2015. Formerly, she was an investment counsellor at Citi.
Crommie, executive director, has been a senior banker at Deutsche Bank since 2010, prior to which he worked as an adviser in Australia for the National Australia Bank.
Prior to joining Julius Baer, Garnham, director, worked at Deutsche Bank’s London office he joined in 2012 . Before that, he was a senior adviser at Credit Suisse and Lombard Odier.
Banks, executive director, was hitherto head of Deutsche Bank’s UK Regulated Wealth Planning Business.
Adam Horowitz, head of the Julius Baer business in the UK, said: “The UK market remains a key focus of our long-term strategy. We are pleased to recruit a widely respected, experienced team in the UK that brings a deep understanding and commitment to servicing HNW and UHNW individuals and families.”