By Mauro Orru
Credit Suisse Group AG said on Monday it has appointed Dixit Joshi as its new chief financial officer, replacing David Mathers, who is stepping down after more than a decade on the job.
The Swiss bank said Mr Joshi will take over in October after spending the past five years as Group Treasurer at Deutsche Bank
Credit Suisse has also appointed Francesca McDonagh as chief operating officer, a new role designed to support CEO Ulrich Koerner’s involvement in the bank’s growth. She was previously chief executive of Bank of Ireland and will take on the role of chief operating officer on September 19.
Meanwhile, Francesco De Ferrari, chief executive of the key wealth management division, has been appointed chief executive of Bank of Ireland. EMEA region effective immediately. He has been serving as interim CEO for the region.
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Correction and enlargement
This article was corrected at 0613 GMT, To reflect Francesca McDonagh’s recent tenure as chief executive of Bank of Ireland. The original article stated that she was previously the CEO of the EMEA region.