The future of Swiss private banking
08 June 2018 | 11:05 am
Zeno Staub, chief executive officer at Vontobel, discusses consolidation in the European banking sector, his recent acquisition of the private-banking operations of Raiffeisen Switzerland, his competition and possible expansion in Italy.
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