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The Julius Baer Group is the leading Swiss private banking group, with a focus on servicing and advising private clients.

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Julius Baer confirms served with £260m claim

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Swiss private bank Julius Baer said on Friday that it has been served with a £260.74m claim that contends it did not prevent two clients from embezzling assets from a foreign corporation that is now being liquidated.

Top firm in Singapore private banking hiring spree

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Julius Baer is pushing ahead with a recruitment drive in Asia, hiring close to 20 Singapore-based bankers from BSI SA, the wealth manager caught up in the scandal surrounding 1Malaysia Development Bhd., according to a person familiar with the matter.

Ex-banker to help authorities over FIFA probes

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U.S. authorities investigating corruption in world soccer have gained the cooperation of a Swiss banker, according to people familiar with the matter, leading their probe closer to financial institutions that prosecutors have said were used to move bribe money.

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Julius Baer confirms served with £260m claim

Swiss private bank Julius Baer said on Friday that it has been served with a £260.74m claim that contends it did not prevent two clients from embezzling assets from a foreign corporation that is now being liquidated.

Julius Baer Appoints Head Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean

Julius Baer has announced that it has appointed Edmond Carton as new Head Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean effective today. Edmond Carton will be based in Geneva and report directly to Rémy Bersier, CEO Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, Africa and European Francophone markets.

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Julius Baer confirms served with £260m claim

Swiss private bank Julius Baer said on Friday that it has been served with a £260.74m claim that contends it did not prevent two clients from embezzling assets from a foreign corporation that is now being liquidated.

Singapore

Top firm in Singapore private banking hiring spree

Julius Baer is pushing ahead with a recruitment drive in Asia, hiring close to 20 Singapore-based bankers from BSI SA, the wealth manager caught up in the scandal surrounding 1Malaysia Development Bhd., according to a person familiar with the matter.