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Press Release
Published July 10, 2017
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Credit Suisse appoints Michael De Guzman as country manager

Date: July 10, 2017
Categories: retail, technology
Keywords: Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse (CS) named Michael De Guzman as the Country Manager Philippines. This role will be in addition to De Guzman’s existing role as Head of Philippines Coverage for Investment Banking and Capital Markets, the Zurich based firm said in a statement.

Before joining CS, De Guzman was the Philippines Office Head for Macquarie Group and Head of Macquarie Capital Philippines for eight years.

In this enhanced role, he will report to Francesco de Ferrari in his capacity as CEO Southeast Asia and Frontier Markets.

CS has also appointed Christian Senn as Market Group Head Philippines for Private Banking Asia Pacific, based in Singapore reporting to Benjamin Cavalli, Head of Private Banking Southeast Asia.

He was previously the Market Group Head Thailand responsible for the further development and growth of the private banking business in the Thai market, including the successful launch of its domestic wealth management franchise in 2016.

"With his deep experience and understanding of the Philippines market, Michael is well established to further drive collaboration across the bank in delivering our integrated platform to our clients in the Philippines," said de Ferrari.

Re-disseminated by The Asian Banker from Finews.asia


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