June 14, 2024

Societe Generale PB Switzerland fills two main sites |  people |  Currently

Societe Generale PB Switzerland fills two main sites | people | Currently

Chief Financial Officer Tûyet-Nhung Krummenacher (left) and O’Reilly Millard, head of private equity. (zvg image)

Société Générale Private Banking Services (SGPBS) has announced the appointment of Tûyet-Nhung Krummenacher as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee Member and Aurelie Millard as Head of Private Equity.

Entries from Tuyet-Nhung Krummenacher And the Aurelie Millard In key positions at the bank, the company underlines SGPBS’ commitment to promoting women in leadership positions in line with the group’s diversity ambitions.

Societe Generale aims to be a company where employees reflect the diversity of the clients they serve and the community in which they operate. By 2023, the proportion of women in the group’s management bodies should be at least 30%, with care being taken to achieve this goal in both professional fields and positions.

Tûyet-Nhung Krummenachers The CFO’s job is to ensure the production, control and financial management of the SGPBS. In this new macroeconomic environment, it will accompany the Group’s private bank in Switzerland in its strategic development from 2022 to 2026.

Tûyet-Nhung Krummenacher, based in Geneva, reports to Frank Bonin, CEO of SGPBS and joins the Executive Committee. It has been set in effect since July 15. She joined the Société Générale Group in 2004. Tûyet-Nhung Krummenacher is a graduate of Paris Business School and INSEAD Executive Program, developing leadership in global banking.

Aurelie Millard He joined the group on 1 July as Head of Private Equity at Societe Generale Private Banking (SGPB) in Europe. Its mission is to develop the private asset offering for units in Switzerland, Luxembourg and Monaco. This open engineering offering is selected by experienced partners to provide the Bank’s clients with global investment solutions in the areas of private equity, real estate, infrastructure and private debt.

Aurélie Maillard is also based in Geneva and reports to Franck Bonin and Olivier Gérard, Head of Wealth Management Solutions at SGPB Europe. It works closely with the France-based teams led by Eric Molinier, Head of Private Equity Offerings at SGPB France.

She started her career at Banque Privée 1818 (now Natixis Wealth Management) in 2014. In 2017 she moved to Flexstone Partners (part of Natixis IM). After obtaining her Bachelor of Laws degree from Sheffield Hallam University in the UK, Millard pursued her law studies in France with a Masters 1 in Business Law from UPEC and then a Masters 1 in Property Law, and a Documentary Degree, from Jean Moulin University Lyon 3. She is also Graduate of the Grande École (Master of Science in Management) program from EM Lyon Business School.

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