Spain’s A&G Private Banking has further expanded its team with the hire of two private bankers for its Sevilla office and one for Valencia.
The three appointments – José Javier Sánchez, Miguel Ángel Velasco and José Luis Flores – raise to 13 the number of senior bankers the group has added throughout 2017.
Both Sánchez and Velasco join the A&G Sevilla division from CA Indosuez WM. Prior to working at Indosuez, Sánchez worked at Banco Espírito Santo, where he joined in 2010. Prior to that, he worked as head of UBS Sevilla. With over 30 years’ banking experience, Sánchez began his career as a fund manager at Banco Santander corporate banking.
Velasco, who also joins A&G Sevilla from CA Indosuez WM, previously worked as head of GMB for seven years. Formerly, he worked as private banking asset manager at AB Advisers. With over 30 years’ banking experience too, Velasco started his path at Bankinter.
Flores joins A&G Valencia office from Credit Suisse, where during the last six years he has been working as a portfolio manager. Formerly, Flores held various senior positions at different companies including that of private banking manager at Banco Banif, head of private banking at Banco Urquijo for four years, head of private banking at Banco Sabadell, or asset manager at Renta4 and Banco Santander.
A&G Private Banking, with €8.7bn in assets under management, has a network of 71 bankers spreaded across its offices in Madrid, Barcelona, Santander, Sevilla, Valladolid, Valencia and Luxembourg.