Swiss private bank Julius Baer has poached three private bankers from UBS to join the firm’s office in Madrid.
The three appointments, to be reporting to Julius Baer Iberia managing director Carolina Martínez, will take on their new roles in January.
The private bank has hired Juan José González to be responsible for the team, who will join from UBS, where he has worked as a portfolio manager for HNWI clients in Spain for the past 12 years. Prior to that, he worked at Lloyds TSB Bank, as head of one of the teams within the company’s global private banking division.
José Casasayas also joins from UBS, where he worked as a private banker for the last 14 years. Formerly, he held a various senior roles at Banco BANIF.
Ignacio Calderón, also joining Julius Baer’s Madrid team, has been working 16 years for UBS and prior to this, he held different positions at SAFEI.