Wednesday 19, April 2017 by Georgina Enzer

Falcon Group appoints Bruno Meyer as Chief Risk Officer

After a long-standing career at Credit Suisse, Bruno Meyer, a senior professional with a proven international track record and over 20 years of banking experience, joins Falcon Group effective 1 July 2017, in the newly created role as Chief Risk Officer.

“I am very excited to become part of Falcon’s transformation and convinced that the new strategy will enable Falcon to grow,” said Meyer.

 

In his career, Bruno Meyer held various management positions at Credit Suisse, mainly in the risk management and finance areas. Most recently he was Head of Risk Analytics and Communication for Credit Suisse. Additionally, Bruno Meyer is CEO and Board member of the Swiss Risk Association. He holds a Master of Material Engineering from the ETH Zurich.

 

As a Member of the Bank’s Executive Board, Bruno Meyer will report to Walter Berchtold, CEO of Falcon Group.

“The appointment of Bruno Meyer, a very senior risk and banking professional, complements our Executive Board ideally. His appointment is crucial in our strategic repositioning and in further strengthening our compliance and risk framework. We are delighted to welcome Bruno Meyer in our team,” said Berchtold.

 

The Executive Board of Falcon Group will consist of Walter Berchtold (CEO), Urs Zgraggen (CFO), Erich Pfister (Global Head Private Banking), Arthur Vayloyan (Global Head Products & Services) and Bruno Meyer (Chief Risk Officer) as of 1 July 2017.

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