Ad hoc

VP Bank appoints Tobias Wehrli as Head Intermediaries & Private Banking and member of Group Executive Management

  ·   Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 LR
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Tobias Wehrli is set to be appointed Head Intermediaries & Private Banking division at VP Bank on 1 July 2020, when he will also be made a member of Group Executive Management. He is succeeding Chris-toph Mauchle, who will leave the bank at the end of September 2020.

Tobias Wehrli (born 1977) is a proven financial professional with an outstanding track record and long-standing experience of the asset management business as well as the intermediaries field. He has in-depth knowledge of this core field of activity at VP Bank.

Tobias Wehrli has been Head Intermediaries at VP Bank since 2015. Prior to that, he was Desk Head External Asset Managers at St. Galler Kantonalbank and a partner at Financial Architects Switzerland. He began his career in 1993 at UBS, before switching to Credit Suisse Group in 2001. Tobias Wehrli has an Executive MBA from FH St. Gallen and a business degree from FHS St. Gallen. He lives in Liechtenstein and his wife is a Liechtenstein citizen.

Paul Arni, CEO of VP Bank: “I am delighted that the Board of Directors has appointed Tobias Wehrli, a proven expert from our own ranks, to the key position of Head Intermediaries & Private Banking. Tobias has long-standing experience of the client side of the business, and is familiar with VP Bank as well as with Liechtenstein culture. With his specialist expertise and management experience, he will contribute to VP Bank's ability to continue offering its clients particularly attractive investment solutions. I would also like to thank Christoph Mauchle in the name of the Executive Management for his many years of dedicated work and valuable contribution towards the development of VP Bank. He successfully positioned the client business and helped to realise a sustained increase in VP Bank’s profitability and competitiveness. Until his departure in autumn, Christoph Mauchle will introduce his successor to his new responsibilities and ensure a seamless handover."

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