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Bank Julius Bär appoints market division head; Natixis appoints board member

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.

Bank Julius Bär & Co.

Bank Julius Bär & Co. AG appointed Luigi Vignola head of the markets division and a member of its executive board, effective July 1.

Vignola, the current global head of structured products at Julius Bär Gruppe AG, succeeds Peter Gerlach in his new roles.


France-based Natixis said May 28 that it appointed Daniel de Beaurepaire as a member of its board of directors.

De Beaurepaire, also chairman of the supervisory board at Caisse d'Epargne Île-de France, replaces Philippe Sueur in his new role.

Arrow Global Group

U.K.-based Arrow Global Group PLC said May 28 that Andrew Fisher will become a senior independent nonexecutive director and interim chair of the risk committee at the company, effective immediately.

He will also join the company's nomination committee.

River and Mercantile Group

U.K.-based River & Mercantile Group PLC appointed Miriam Greenwood a nonexecutive director, effective May 28.

Greenwood will also become chair of the company's remuneration committee, replacing Robin Minter-Kemp in the role, effective July 1. Minter-Kemp will retire June 30.