Kevin O’Brien leaves Bank of Ireland to join Julius Baer

Mr O’Brien has also previously held positions with Kompass Ireland and Masterfoods

Julius Baer is one of Switzerland’s oldest banks. Photograph: iStock

Julius Baer is one of Switzerland’s oldest banks. Photograph: iStock

 

Kevin O’Brien, a senior manager with Bank of Ireland Private Banking, is to join Julius Baer International as a director in their Dublin office.

Mr O’Brien, who was with the bank for 12 years, also previously held positions with Kompass Ireland and Masterfoods.

Julius Baer, which has €350 billion in assets under management, employs 10 people in Dublin.

Headquartered in Zurich, the company is one of the oldest and largest Swiss banking institutions, employing over 5,000 people globally.

Its focus is on advising business owners and high net worth individuals on investments, wealth planning and bespoke lending.