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VP Bank Group: CEO Roger H. Hartmann to step down

Roger H. HartmannJuly 11, 2012, Vaduz, Liechtenstein - VP Bank Group announced that Roger H. Hartmann will step down as chief executive officer in mid-July 2012.
Mr. Hartmann has been CEO and Head of Markets at VP Bank Group since April 1, 2010. He was responsible for the client advisory segments Banking Liechtenstein & Regional Markets, Private Banking International and Private Banking Asia-Pacific.

Mr. Hartmann worked as a partner at Ernst & Young in Luxembourg (2008–2010, Chief Executive Officer of UBS Luxembourg (2001–2007), Head of Business Management and Chief of Staff, Business Area Europe, Middle East and Africa at UBS in Geneva (2000–2001), and Head of Wealth Management for UBS Singapore (1998–2000).

Mr. Hartmann has also served as the Head of Business Management Business Unit Asia-Pacific, Project Manager for the UBS/Swiss Bank Corporation merger of the Asia-Pacific region, Country Team Head Taiwan and Deputy Regional Market Manager Business Sector Asia-Pacific, and Head of Large Corporates/ Institutionals Team, Business Banking, Swiss Bank Corporation in Lausanne.

Prior to that Mr. Hartmann was Account Officer for Commodity & Trade Finance at Swiss Bank Corporation, Lausanne (1984–1985), participated in Academic Trainee Program at Swiss Bank Corporation and he was the Assistant in Economics, Law School, University of Lausanne, Prof. Dr. F. Schaller, Lausanne and Berne Faculties.

Mr. Hartmann is also Chairman of the Board of Directors VP Bank Schweiz Chairman of the Board of Directors VP Bank Luxembourg, Chairman of the Board of Directors VP Bank Singapore, Chairman of the Board of Directors FIB Finanz- und Beteiligungs, and Vice President of the Board of Directors VP Bank & Trust Company.

Mr. Hartman graduated from the HEC in Lausanne with a degree in economics and completed the Advanced Management Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (USA).


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