Philippe Monti is the name of the new managing director of Banque Degroof Petercam in Switzerland, as can be seen in a message from Monday. He succeeds Cedric Roland-Gosselin who will take on a new professional challenge outside the group.
According to further information, the Swiss Monti has many years of experience in the banking sector. After several years at Banque Paribas, mainly in Geneva but also in London, he joined Credit Suisse in 1994, where he managed the bank’s activities first in Valais and then in Geneva.
In 2002, he took over the management of private banking at Julius Baer’s Geneva headquarters. He then became CEO and head of the French-speaking markets. In 2006 he joined the Quilvest Group and took over the management of the Swiss bank Quilvest (Switzerland) in Zurich.
In 2018 he switched to the consulting industry. He holds a master’s degree in finance from HEC Lausanne.
In Switzerland for more than 50 years
The Degroof Petercam bank, founded in 1871, has had a presence in Switzerland since 1967. In spring 2018, the bank moved into new offices in the former premises of J. Safra Sarasin in Geneva. According to further information, the financial institution manages almost 75 billion euros in client assets.
The group employs more than 1,400 people in Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy.
More and more efforts are being made to abolish cash. What is tomorrow’s payment method?
Cash will stay.
The Bitcoin will prevail.
Gold will make a comeback in small denominations.
Soon we will only pay with the credit card.
New virtual currencies that we don’t know yet.