Georges Zecchin appointed Asia CEO of Credit Agricole (Suisse)

The new chief executive will aim to expand Credit Agricole's private banking business in the region.
Georges Zecchin
Georges Zecchin

Georges Zecchin has been appointed chief executive of Crédit Agricole Suisse in Asia. He will be based in Hong Kong and replaces Gilles Fratacci who was based in Singapore and left the bank at the beginning of this year.

Zecchin will be in charge of the teams in Singapore and Hong Kong and will supervise the growth of business in the region. The firm has said it will continue to grow its private banking operation, which has been its core business for more than 130 years.
 
Crédit Agricole Suisse has decided to extend its private banking platform in Asia by expanding its local staff in order to take advantage of the burgeoning opportunities spurred...

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