Credit Suisse (Switzerland) has appointed Anke Bridge Haux and Robert Wagner to its management.
Wagner will assume the role of chief operating officer (COO) for the Swiss business, while Bridge Haux will be responsible for digitisation and products. At the same time, former Digital Director Dagmar Kamber Borens is leaving the institute as a consequence of the structural change.
Her successor will be Robert Wagner, currently chief operating officer for Private & Wealth Management Clients. In his new position, Wagner will be responsible for IT and Operations as well as other staff functions.
Wagner joined Credit Suisse in June 2009, where he was initially chief of Staff and head of Advisory & Sales for Private Customers Switzerland. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, he worked for UBS for 20 years, including 10 years as a client advisor and team leader in International Corporate Banking, New York, and most recently as chief of Staff Wealth Management & Business Banking Switzerland.
Bridge Haux is responsible for the development and implementation of digitisation initiatives as well as the product range for clients domiciled in Switzerland. The new organisational integration is said to underline the strategic importance of digitisation for Credit Suisse in Switzerland.
Bridge Haux has been with Credit Suisse since 2011. Prior to her current role, she held various sales positions before assuming leadership of core banking products. Before that, she held various positions in the asset management and investment banking business in the Swiss financial center. Digitization of the Swiss Bankers Association.