Media Relations


Statement by EFG International

EFG International has noted today’s announcement of the nomination of Thomas A. Mueller for election to the Board of Directors of Raiffeisen Switzerland, which is expected to take place on 10 November 2018. As of that date, Thomas A. Mueller will step down from his current role as Member of the Executive Committee and Chief Risk Officer of EFG International. EFG will announce a successor in due time.

14 September 2018

EFG International strengthens management teams

EFG International is further strengthening its management teams as part of the ongoing transformation of the business and today announced the following appointments:

13 September 2018

EFG International strengthens Asia management team

EFG International is strengthening its regional management team in Asia and today announced the appointment of Tho Gea Hong as CEO of EFG’s Singapore branch, subject to regulatory approval, and Ivan Ferraroni as Head of Global Markets Asia.

30 July 2018

EFG International launches share buyback programme

As initially announced in its media release of 27 April 2018, EFG International AG intends to repurchase up to six million of its own registered shares. The share buyback programme starts on 27 July 2018 and will last until 30 April 2019 at the latest.

26 July 2018

EFG International reports half-year 2018 results

In the first half of 2018, EFG returns to profitable growth amid an ongoing change process, generating positive net asset inflows and increasing underlying profitability through the realisation of targeted cost synergies. EFG continues to deliver on its strategy and to strengthen its competitive market position.

25 July 2018

EFG International to realign its governance structure

EFG International announced today that it is realigning its executive leadership teams in order to strengthen the focus and responsiveness of the company’s governance structure. EFG International’s Executive Committee will be composed of six members in future. A new Global Business Committee will comprise 13 members, including the heads of EFG’s global regions. EFG’s business in Switzerland, its largest market, is currently divided between two units, which will be combined. The changes take effect on 01 July 2018.

11 June 2018
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