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New Wealth Management Head At Bordier In Paris

Rachel Walsh 3 June 2009


Bordier Gestion Privée, the French subsidiary of Geneva-based private bank Bordier & Cie, has appointed Rosa Riche its new head of wealth management.

Ms Riche, a lawyer by training, joins the firm from Paris-based wealth manager Cyrus Conseil, where she was named legal and tax director in 2008.

From 2002 to 2007, she worked as a director of wealth management research at French law firm Fidal.  Before that, she co-managed the French wealth management business of Deutsche Bank. Previously, she worked within the private wealth management unit of Société Générale, where she assisted wealth advisors and their clients with legal and taxation issues.

Over the course of her career, Ms Riche has gained recognition for her expertise in tax and family law, most notably on matters of life insurance and division of property.

Bordier Gestion Privée, established in Paris in 2006, advises on or manages the assets of 150 families in France and abroad.

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