Italy’s Banca Generali’s private banking division has hired two new private bankers from Credit Suisse and Banca Popolare Etruria.

The new hires, Edoardo Pagani and Paola Falcone, take the total number of new appointments in the team to 18 since the start of the year, according to Investment Europe.

Prior to joining Banca Generali’s team, which comprises a total of 325 professionals, Pagani served as senior wealth manager at Credit Suisse and Falcone worked for Bance Popolare Etruria’s private banking.

According to the publication, the duo has together managed a total of €40 million in AUM.