Credit Suisse adds four to private banking in Australia

Credit Suisse has enhanced its private banking division in Australia with the addition of four new bankers: Andrew Bird has joined as director, senior relationship manager; Lucinda Bloom as vice-president, structured derivatives; Paul Aliprandi as vice-president, wealth planning; and Melissa Anderson as assistant vice-president, corporate advisory services.

Bird will be based in Melbourne and joins the bank from Citi, where he was a director in the private bank. Prior to this, he was senior portfolio counselor and director, investments division for Citi in Singapore. Bloom will be based in Sydney and joins from JP Morgan where she was vice-president of structured products. Prior to this, she was director of structured products and manager of research relationships with Citi.

Aliprandi will also be based in Sydney as vice-president of the wealth

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