Michel Roserens


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Michel Roserens
Michel Roserens

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Michel Roserens


Michel Roserens is a senior member of the firm’s Financial Services Sector, based in Zurich. He works closely with both regional and international clients to tailor leadership solutions and recruit top talent. Michel leverages a deep background in asset management, private banking and investment banking to conduct executive searches for senior roles across the financial services industry.

Previous Experience


Michel came to Russell Reynolds Associates with considerable experience leading and developing people, working across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the US. He joined the firm from Swiss investment management firm Vontobel, where he was Head of Investor Relations. Michel spent more than a decade with Vontobel in roles of increasing seniority, including Global Head of Controlling and Head of Business Support. Previously, Michel worked at Julius Bär, first in business technology and ending his tenure as Head of Financial Management & Business Support for the firm’s Investment Products unit. He began his career at McKinsey & Co. in Zurich.

Education & Affiliations


Michel holds a master’s degree in computer science from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, an Advanced Studies Diploma in banking from the Swiss Finance Institute and the University of Bern, as well as an Executive MBA from the University of Zurich. He has also studied at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania. Today, Michel is a member of the Management Board for Owl Business Angels.

EXPERTISE

Asset and Wealth Management, Financial Services, Financial Technology, Corporate Functions, Digital Leadership, Financial Officers, Executive Search, Sustainability


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