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UBP hires Emmy Labovitch as head of marketing for asset management

Monday, January 04, 2010
Opalesque Industry Updates - Today, Union Bancaire Privée announced that they have hired Emmy Labovitch as Head of Marketing for Asset Management. Before joining UBP, Emmy Labovitch was Global Head of Marketing at Fortis Investments.

“We are delighted to welcome Emmy” said Richard Wohanka, CEO of Asset Management and Alternative Investments at UBP. “She brings extensive international expertise in financial product development and marketing, building on her professional experience as an emerging-market equity manager”. By recruiting Ms Labovitch, UBP is confirming its determination to attract top talent and to put in place a global asset-management platform, concentrating on the creation and distribution of products, marketing, service quality and the quest for performance, backed by a client solutions oriented vision.

Emmy Labovitch is tasked with strengthening and supporting the sales teams in their client relations across all market segments and regions, as well as sharpening the company’s marketing focus. Ms Labovitch sits on the Executive Committee of Asset Management and reports directly to Mr Wohanka.

“I am very pleased to be joining such an innovative and dynamic business and to take an active part in the development of its Asset Management activities, as well as in its long-term growth”, added Emmy Labovitch. Educated at Oxford and Harvard universities, Ms Labovitch also holds an MBA from INSEAD. Corporate website: www.ubp.ch

- FG

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