Indosuez, the global wealth management unit of French banking group Crédit Agricole, has named Isabelle Jacob-Nebout as the head of its Swiss wealth management business.
Jacob-Nebout will replace Patrick Ramsey on 2 March 2020. She will also join the executive committee of CA Indosuez (Switzerland).
Ramsey has been at the helm for six years. He formerly worked in a senior role at Barclays.
At Indosuez, Jacob-Nebout most recently was the head of business management and development.
She previously worked at BNP Paribas, which she joined in 1988.
She held various roles at the group, latterly as the head of development and innovation at BNP Paribas (Suisse).
Commenting on the new appointment, CA Indosuez (Switzerland) CEO Jean-François Deroche said: “We are pleased to welcome Isabelle at Indosuez to help us pursue the growth of our wealth management business line.
“We want to thank Patrick who has strongly contributed to the development of Indosuez in Switzerland thanks to his leadership and embrace of culture.”
Recent Indosuez appointments
In 2019, Indosuez appointed Pierre Masclet as its deputy CEO.
Last year, the firm also appointed Woo Ting May as the head of investment advisory in Singapore and Frédéric Lamotte as the new CEO of CA Indosuez Wealth (Miami) and the global head of Americas.