Gottex Fund Management Holdings Limited (Gottex) has appointed Pierre Udriot as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Gottex Group.
Udriot will join Gottex as CFO on 16 November 2015 and will be based at Gottex’s regulated Swiss subsidiary Gottex Asset Management (Suisse) SA. Tim Roniger, Gottex’s current CFO, will work closely with Pierre through 30 November.
Udriot joins Gottex from Ernst & Young, where he was a Senior Manager specialising in the financial industry, first based in Switzerland and then in Singapore. Pierre is a Certified Public Accountant, conversant with various accounting standards, and a Lead Auditor accredited by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) to lead regulatory audits. During his tenure at Ernst & Young, Pierre acquired in-depth financial and regulatory knowledge of many types of companies active in the financial markets, such as banks, securities dealers, asset managers, funds, brokers and trust companies. In addition to managing financial and regulatory audit engagements, Pierre gained broad experience in areas such as corporate governance, internal controls and risk management.
Arpad Busson, Executive Chairman, says: “I look forward to welcoming Mr Udriot to Gottex and working with him. Pierre comes to Gottex with outstanding credentials and extensive knowledge of all aspects of our business. In addition to his long and diverse experience in the financial industry, Pierre brings to Gottex a broad set of skills in the area of finance, internal controls and regulatory compliance. I also take this opportunity to recognise Tim Roniger’s contributions to Gottex and to wish him well in his future endeavours.”
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