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Barclays announced the appointment of Joanne Chappell as Director in its Private Banking division in the Principality of Monaco. The appointment underscores Barclays’ firm commitment to growing its private banking business in general and in Monaco in particular, further building on Barclays’ track record of providing financial services in Monaco for over 100 years.
Commenting on Barclays’ new hire, Francesco Grosoli, Head of the Private Bank for EMEA, said: “This appointment further cements our commitment to grow the Monaco Business. We will continue to strengthen our teams as we offer clients world class service and advice, bespoke innovative financial solutions, and access to Barclays’ global capabilities.”
Ms Chappell joins Barclays from Schroder & Co Banque SA in Geneva, where she was a Senior Private Banker for more than 8 years. During her tenure she focused on UK Resident non-domiciled and Eastern European clients. Prior to Schroder, she was head of the UK team at Lloyds International Private Bank in Geneva. She also worked at Lloyds’ Mayfair office in Grosvenor Street, London where she spent 5 years as a senior Private Banker.
Ms Chappell holds the Securities Institute Diploma, the CFA Investment Management Certificate and a CII Financial Planning Diploma (AFPC).
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