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The Partners of Bordier & Cie have appointed Patrice Lagnaux as a Limited Partner with effect from 30 June 2017. The other Limited Partners are Gaétan Bordier and Pierre Poncet. Grégoire Bordier, Evrard Bordier and Michel Juvet remain the Partners bearing unlimited personal liability.......

Patrice Lagnaux


Patrice Lagnaux (55), a Swiss national, joined Bordier & Cie in 2003. Since joining he has been based in Zurich, where he leads a 13-strong team. He is an expert in Russian and other CIS markets, having served this client category for more than 20 years.

“We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with the appointment of Patrice Lagnaux, who has worked tirelessly for almost 15 years developing our Bank’s business in German-speaking Switzerland. His global experience, combined with a Swiss business ethos, has injected momentum into our Zurich office. This nomination is the just reward for a shining career that has upheld the key values that we all share: expertise, trustworthiness and an ethical commitment,” said Grégoire Bordier, Partner of Bordier & Cie.

After beginning his career as a lawyer in Geneva, Patrice Lagnaux joined Swiss Bank Corporation, where he was a credit specialist, first in Geneva then in New York. Via London he returned to Switzerland, where he joined Pictet & Cie in Geneva before moving to UBS AG in Zurich as a wealth manager serving clients from CIS countries.

Source: AdvisorWorld.co.uk

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