Swiss banking group Mirabaud &Cie strengthens its presence in the UK market with the hiring of two highly experienced employees for its Private Banking and Wealth Management business. These new hires represent the latest part of Mirabaud Group’s expansion strategy to provide a strong commitment to its UK wealth management clients.
Martin O’Hare joins Mirabaud & Cie as a Managing Director and Senior Private Banker. He has over twenty-five years of experience in financial markets and has advised a wide spectrum of clients on investments and broader wealth management products and services. Previously he held senior roles at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, Signia Wealth, SG Hambros and Merrill Lynch. He joins the UK team in the London subsidiary office.
Rosalind Booth joins Mirabaud & Cie SA as a First Vice-President and Senior Relationship Manager. She brings more than 30 years of experience in private banking and has an extensive network. She possesses exceptional relationship management skills and has held various high-level posts focused on UK Clients at HSBC Private Bank, Nordea Private Banking, Bank Julius Baer and Coutts. Rosalind is active in the Zurich subsidiary.
Commenting on the new appointments, Etienne d’Arenberg, Head of the UK Market at Mirabaud & Cie said:
“These new hires reflect our targeted expansion into the UK wealth management markets, serving our clients with a range of solutions adapted to their needs. Long-term commitment has been at the core of our DNA for more than 200 years.”
Focus in client relationship
Harry Thorburn, Head of the UK Branch of Mirabaud & Cie (Europe) SA, added
“We are delighted to have in our Group such high-calibre bankers who bring many years of experience and great relationships with their clients.”
Mirabaud Group provides private banking and wealth management services to High and Ultra-High Net Worth individuals and their families across the world, as well as Asset Management and Securities services. With an office in the UK since 1990, Mirabaud has around 100 employees in London across its three business lines.