RBC Dexia has appointed Marco Siero as managing director of its Switzerland office, based in Zurich. He will be responsible for driving further growth of the company’s operations in Switzerland, as well as managing RBC Dexia’s regulatory relationships for this key centre.
Siero will be aligning the country strategy to the enterprise, ensuring high client satisfaction, directing sales and relationship management efforts, leading the local management committee, and managing the regulatory relationship and employee base. He will report to Simon Shapland, head, sales and distribution – continental Europe.
With almost 20 years experience in the investor services industry, Siero joined RBC Dexia in 2008, prior to which he held various key positions in the Global Transaction Services (GTS) division of Citigroup. Before this, he was general manager of Morgan Stanley’s Asset Management operations in Luxembourg. His career in the financial services industry began in 1991 with Kas Bank as client service manager for Dutch pensions funds and insurance companies.
Siero was most recently director of relationship management at RBC Dexia in Luxembourg, where he focused on large multimarket clients.
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