Cité Gestion continues its growth and appoints two new Partners

Pursuing its development strategy, Cité Gestion announces the nomination of Antoine Olivi and Francesco Manini as Partners of the bank. Their professional qualities, personal commitment and attention to clients’ needs are essential factors of their success.

“We’re delighted to welcome Antoine and Francesco as Partners. In recognition of their proven professional successes over the past years, they will help manage the strong growth of the bank with their specific experience. Their independence in serving clients combined to their strong sense of entrepreneurship are completely aligned with our DNA.” notes our Managing Partner and CEO, Guy Barbey.

Prior to Cité Gestion, Antoine has served African based clientele for over 30 years through previous roles as Managing Director at Banque Morval and Reyl Group before joining Cité Gestion in 2021.

Francesco has spent over 10 years at Cité Gestion’s Lausanne office developing his clientele. He previously spent 15 years at Credit Suisse Private Banking as Director and team leader.

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