International Finance

Falcon Private Bank appoints new Global Head for Products & Services

Arthur Vayloyan joins the bank after a long-standing career at Credit Suisse

IFM Correspondent

November 23, 2016: Falcon Private Bank has appointed Arthur Vayloyan as the Global Head of Products & Services and Member of the Executive Board, effective December 1, 2016.

Arthur Vayloyan has almost 25 years of banking experience. He joins Falcon Private Bank after a long-standing career at Credit Suisse. He pioneered Credit Suisse’s investment opportunities in microfinance and the creation of the award winning advisory process. He held various management positions at Credit Suisse, including Global Head of Investment Services and Products, Head Private Banking Switzerland and Global Head External Asset Management. He holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Berne and an MBA from INSEAD.

As a member of the bank’s Executive Board, Arthur Vayloyan will report to Walter Berchtold, CEO of Falcon Private Bank.

Walter Berchtold said: “The appointment of Arthur Vayloyan, a very senior private banking professional and expert in the field of investment products and innovation, complements our Executive Board perfectly. He will be responsible for redesigning our products and services strategy, enhancing our digital capabilities and supporting the bank on its path of transformation to future growth. We are delighted to welcome Arthur Vayloyan in our team.”

Arthur Vayloyan said: “I am convinced that the bank holds remarkable potential for future innovation and growth and I am looking forward to be part of this exciting transformational endeavour.”

The Executive Board of Falcon Private Bank will consist of Walter Berchtold (CEO), Urs Zgraggen (CFO), Erich Pfister (Global Head Private Banking) and Arthur Vayloyan (Global Head Products & Services) as of December 1, 2016.

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