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Hottinger Chief Executive Mark Robertson named in 2020 PAM 50 Most Influential

We are very pleased to announce that Hottinger Group’s CEO Mark Robertson has been named as one of the 50 most influential practitioners in the private client industry.

The 2020 PAM 50 Most Influential initiative is designed to “identify, recognise, promote and introduce the leading practitioners of the Private Client profession and show the breadth and depth of talent at the forefront of today’s Private Client industry.”

Mark joined Hottinger Group in 2013 and is Group CEO and a Director of the Group’s principal entities. On behalf of our clients, Mark maintains a close working relationship with the world’s top private banks, their investment committees and their best-performing investment managers.

Mark’s career in finance began in 1995 as a loans officer with Bank of Scotland, followed by a move to Hambros Group in 1997. In 1999, he accepted a role with HSBC, firstly as a Financial Planning Manager in their Commercial Banking unit and subsequently as a Private Banker advising business owners and entrepreneurs.

After five years with HSBC Group, Mark joined Coutts & Co in London as a Private Banker. Over the course of seven years with Coutts, he performed a number of roles for the bank including a three-year secondment to Switzerland with Coutts Bank von Ernst (Suisse) as Senior Vice President.

In 2011, he accepted the role of First Vice President with Edmond de Rothschild (Suisse), where he engaged with international family offices, managed large portfolios on a discretionary basis for the family offices and was Chairman of the GBP Group Investment Committee.

Mark, your colleagues and clients congratulate you on this well-deserved recognition!



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