Indosuez Wealth Management, the global wealth management arm of French banking group Credit Agricole, has appointed Nancy Sebaali and Rolf Schilde as Middle East team leaders.
Sebaali, who will be based in Dubai, will be responsible for further grow the firm’s business in the GCC and Lebanon markets.
Sebaali joins from Societe Generale Group, where she served for 11 years in different senior roles including global coordinator for the Middle East private banking arm.
Schilde has been named team leader for Geneva’s Arabian Gulf Team in, and will principally focus on strengthening the company’s business across these markets.
He previously worked at UBS, where he served for more than three decades holding various senior Middle East banking roles such as head of wealth management at the DIFC, head of Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Lebanon’s representative offices.
Sebaali and Schilde will also join the firm’s Middle East management committee, and report to the global head of the Middle East region Francois Farjallah.
“As the wealth management landscape evolves, we will continue to invest in top talent and in our full range of wealth management expertise to better service an increasingly sophisticated clientele across the region and within our international network. Indosuez has a rich history in the Middle East, and we will continue to develop our business in this dynamic region,” Farjallah noted.