Credit Suisse has named Natt Thanomsat as the new head of its wealth management business in Thailand, replacing Thippa Praneeprachachon.
Praneeprachachon, who has been at the helm of the Thai ooperations since 2016, will continue to serve as a senior adviser for the business, finews.asia reported.
Thanomsat will assume the new responsibility on 20 March 2019. Based in Bangkok, he will be responsible for heading a team of investment planners.
He will report to market group head for Thailand and Vietnam Marcus Slöör and country manager for Thailand Chris Prasertsintanah.
“We are delighted to have Natt Thanomsat lead our local wealth management in Thailand. He will drive our wealth management business, building on the foundation Thippa Praneeprachachon has built since joining Credit Suisse in June 2016,” Slöör was quoted as saying by finews.asia.
Natt currently serves as the head of equities in Thailand at Citigroup and head of sales at Citicorp Securities. Previously, he also had stints at J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, finews.asia reported.
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