EUROPE - Credit Suisse has appointed Michael Rüdiger as chief executive officer of Credit Suisse in Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and Central Europe.
In the newly created role, Rüdiger will be responsible for businesses in the region across the private banking, investment banking and asset management divisions.
For Germany, Austria and Luxembourg, he will report to Eric Varvel, CEO of the EMEA region. For Central Europe, he will report to Fawzi Kyriakos-Saad, CEO of emerging markets in the EMEA region.
The Central Europe sub-region will include Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Prior to this role, Rüdiger was head of market area Germany, Austria and Luxembourg and head of UHNWI in EMEA for the private banking division.
Prior to Credit Suisse, Rüdiger was with Allianz Asset Management, UBS Germany and Hoffman-La Roche, Basel.
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