Pictet's Collardi exits after 'careful consideration'

Mark Battersby
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Former chief executive of Julius Baer Boris Collardi is to step down after three years as a partner with Pictet, the Swiss private bank and asset manager. Collardi was one of two former Julius Baer executives rebuked this year by Switzerland's financial market supervisor FINMA after an inquiry into money laundering in Venezuela and corruption at soccer's world governing body FIFA. In a statement on 18 August, Pictet said: "Following careful consideration, including discussions with the Board of Partners, Boris Collardi has decided that he will step down from his role as a partner and ...

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