Burgess leaves Clariden Leu to join Julius Baer

Christopher Todd Burgess will head up the newly formed international desk and run the external asset manager business.

Swiss private bank Julius Baer has continued its Asian expansion with the hire of Christopher Todd Burgess in a newly created role as head of the international desk and external asset manager EAM business in Hong Kong.

Burgess left rival firm Clariden Leu in early September, where he had held several senior positions, including head of North Asia.

He will now cater both to international and institutional clients, such as family offices and external...

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