Last updated: 12:51 / Thursday, 26 March 2015
New appointment at UBS WM

Alexander G van Tienhoven, New UBS WM Managing Director for Latin America and Caribbean

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Alexander G van Tienhoven, New UBS WM Managing Director for Latin America and Caribbean
  • Effective March 30 and based in Zurich, he will be responsible for the UBS WM business in Brazil, Mexico, Bahamas, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Guyana, Central America and the Caribbean.
  • UBS Wealth Managent promoted Todd Locicero to New York Metro Regional Director and Ron Meraz to Southwestern Regional Director.

According to Family Wealth, UBS Wealth Management has a new leader for the Latin America and Caribbean regions, effective March 30. Alexander G van Tienhoven, a former manager at Citi, will join the company, based in Zurich.

As Latin American and Caribbean Managing Director, van Tienhoven will be responsible for Brazil, Mexico, Bahamas, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Guyana, Central America and the Caribbean. He will report to Paul Raphael, who leads the global emerging markets business, and takes over from Gabriel Castello, who is now responsible for WM Europe International.

Alexander G van Tienhoven is one of the most senior and experienced wealth management executives in the Latin American market. He had a 27-year career at Citi, where he joins from. In his latest position was CEO for Citi Wealth and Investment Management in Mexico and Latin America. In his role, he was responsible for the Citi Private Bank, Citigold Private Client, Banamex Banca Privada & Patrimonial, Citigold International and International Personal Banking the businesses in the region. He was also responsible for the Asset Management, Brokerage, Retirement, Insurance and Trust businesses.

Mr. van Tienhoven received a B.S.E. from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, in 1987 and attended the Stanford University Business School Executive Program in 1999.

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