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We’re ‘Proud’ of net new money figure, says Julius Baer CEO

By Bloomberg
04 February 2019   |   2:40 pm
Bernhard Hodler, chief executive officer at Julius Baer Group, discusses earnings, assets under management, their financial targets, the fight for talent, the possibility of being a takeover target and how he's advising clients.

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