Credit Suisse names private banking SE Asia head

The Swiss private bank promotes Benjamin Cavalli to head up the Southeast Asian market, underscoring its goal to capture a larger wallet of the region’s ultra-wealthy.

Benjamin Cavalli has been appointed as Credit Suisse's head of Southeast Asia and will also run its Singapore private banking arm, effective from October 1.

Based in Singapore, Cavalli will lead the private banking business in Southeast Asia, working closely with the respective teams in the region.

He will also focus on collaborating across Credit Suisse’s integrated bank which combines both investment and private bank functions to capitalise on the business opportunities in Southeast Asia.

Cavalli, who will report to Francesco de Ferrari, head of private banking Asia-Pacific, replaces Claudio de Sanctis. De Sanctis will be moving to Credit Suisse’s private banking EMEA...

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