Werner Schlossmacher is the head of Platform Management for APAC Division. In this role, he is responsible for managing the private banking business’ platform including digital strategy and partnerships, data platform, product capabilities and core functionality such as client and front office portals as well as the core banking system for private banking. In 2019, Mr Schlossmacher took on the additional role as the Head of Private Banking Products for Hong Kong Branch where he is responsible for overseeing all products managed within the Branch. Previously, Mr. Schlossmacher held various senior management roles within the APAC division, including the Product & Solutions COO for the Private Banking division. In this role, he was responsible for developing the infrastructure, processes, and innovation for the private banking service offering. After re-joining Credit Suisse in 2009 from Barclays Capital, Mr. Schlossmacher was the Head of Structured Products for the Private Banking division for Asia Pacific and subsequently the deputy Market Group Head and Market Leader in the Malaysia market. Prior to this, he spent 17 years with Credit Suisse's Private Banking division in Singapore, Hong Kong and Zurich in management positions for investment product sales and advisory, investment consulting and portfolio management. Mr. Schlossmacher graduated from Chicago University Booth School of Business with a Master in Business Administration (Honors) and is a member of the CFA Institute.
The latest articles from Werner Schlossmacher
Publications & Thought Leadership
Digital Transformation – Are Asia’s Private Banks and Wealth Management Firms on Track to Realise their Hopes and Visions? On December 16, a panel of experts at the Hubbis Digital Dialogue delved into a virtual discussion on the application of the latest digital solutions to the world of Asian wealth management as technology revolutionises the offerings and efficiencies of private wealth managers and the broad wealth ma....
The latest events from Werner Schlossmacher