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Florence Anglès has been appointed Head of Risk Management at REYL & Cie Ltd and will be in charge of coordinating and expanding the range of measures implemented to identify, prevent and manage risks at Group level......

Her responsibilities cover all of the Bank’s business lines and all subsidiaries. Within the scope of her duties, Florence Anglès will report directly to the Group Executive Committee under the management of François Reyl.

Florence Anglès trained in econometrics and is a graduate from the Toulouse School of Economics. She has spent most of her career in risk management within the banking sector, beginning her career in Paris and participating in a Basel II project for a major French bank. She then worked in risk management in Brussels, where she piloted a number of projects for major international banks responding to regulatory changes such as Basel II and Solvency II. In 2009, Florence set up the rating model validation unit, in compliance with FINMA requirements, at Banque Cantonale Vaudoise. She then joined Deloitte Suisse at the end of 2012 as Deputy Director of Risk Management prior to being appointed at REYL & Cie.

Further to her professional commitments, Florence Anglès is highly active within a number of voluntary organisations. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the CAIA association (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), a representative of the Toulouse School of Economics in Switzerland, Vice-president of two women’s associations in Geneva and a consultant for the Prix Strategis. She also recently co-founded GIROS, an association of Swiss risk officers, which is a working group promoting awareness among risk managers regarding the most pressing topics and enabling members to share good market practices. “Between the mounting regulatory constraints and the sophisticated responses they require, risk management has become vitally important within banking institutions such as ours” emphasises Dominique Paladini, Group Chief Operating Officer at REYL & Cie Ltd and member of the Executive Committee. “Given the complexity of our businesses, Florence Anglès’ expertise will give a decisive boost to our efforts in this domain. Her experience will add greater depth and structure to the role of risk management at the Group level.”

Florence Anglès is also a qualified statistician with a diploma from ENSAI (Ecole nationale de la statistique et de l'analyse de l'information). She has been a CAIA charterholder since 2007 and became a certified RGCP (Registered Global Credit Professional) in November 2014, awarded jointly by the ICTF (The Association of International Credit and Trade Finance Professionals) and Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Geneva, 9 November 2015. Florence Anglès has been appointed Head of Risk Management at REYL & Cie Ltd and will be in charge of coordinating and expanding the range of measures implemented to identify, prevent and manage risks at Group level. Her responsibilities cover all of the Bank’s business lines and all subsidiaries. Within the scope of her duties, Florence Anglès will report directly to the Group Executive Committee under the management of François Reyl.

Florence Anglès trained in econometrics and is a graduate from the Toulouse School of Economics. She has spent most of her career in risk management within the banking sector, beginning her career in Paris and participating in a Basel II project for a major French bank. She then worked in risk management in Brussels, where she piloted a number of projects for major international banks responding to regulatory changes such as Basel II and Solvency II. In 2009, Florence set up the rating model validation unit, in compliance with FINMA requirements, at Banque Cantonale Vaudoise. She then joined Deloitte Suisse at the end of 2012 as Deputy Director of Risk Management prior to being appointed at REYL & Cie.

Further to her professional commitments, Florence Anglès is highly active within a number of voluntary organisations. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the CAIA association (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), a representative of the Toulouse School of Economics in Switzerland, Vice-president of two women’s associations in Geneva and a consultant for the Prix Strategis. She also recently co-founded GIROS, an association of Swiss risk officers, which is a working group promoting awareness among risk managers regarding the most pressing topics and enabling members to share good market practices. “Between the mounting regulatory constraints and the sophisticated responses they require, risk management has become vitally important within banking institutions such as ours” emphasises Dominique Paladini, Group Chief Operating Officer at REYL & Cie Ltd and member of the Executive Committee. “Given the complexity of our businesses, Florence Anglès’ expertise will give a decisive boost to our efforts in this domain. Her experience will add greater depth and structure to the role of risk management at the Group level.”

Florence Anglès is also a qualified statistician with a diploma from ENSAI (Ecole nationale de la statistique et de l'analyse de l'information). She has been a CAIA charterholder since 2007 and became a certified RGCP (Registered Global Credit Professional) in November 2014, awarded jointly by the ICTF (The Association of International Credit and Trade Finance Professionals) and Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Source: AdvisorWorld.co.uk

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