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Our Board

The Board of Directors of the Bank has been comprised of committed individuals with outstanding professional track records in legal and financial services. Through their vision and integrity they help to shape a bank that sets the standard in the industry.

Raymond Bisang Chairman of the Board of Directors

Graduated from the University of Zurich in 1978 with a Doctors Degree in Jurisprudence, Raymond was elected in 1979 as a judge of the District Court of Zurich, where he held office as Vice President and President of the Tenancy Tribunal. In 1986 Raymond decided to cross over to the other side of the Bar and become an attorney-at-law. In 1987 he joined the law firm Suhr Würgler Maag Bisang in Zurich of which he is a Partner. Amongst others his preferred field of practice is Banking Law. Raymond was a founder member of the Bank when it was set up in 1993. In 2002 Raymond was appointed as Chairman of the Board at the Bank and holds this position to date.

Tim Brockmann Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors

Mr. Brockmann has a Master’s Degree in European Buisness Law from University of Paris and is a member of the French and Swiss Bar. His investment management experience began with positions at JP Morgan in Geneva and New York before funding his own companies in the fund management business and taking over Amadeus Fiduciaire SA for which he serves as Chairman

Michael Seeholzer Member of the Board of Directors

Michael Seeholzer has a Masters Degree in Banking and Finance MAS. Over several years Michael gained broad financial industry experience having held various positions in different banking and financial related companies. Currently Michael is in the Executive Board of Amasus Investment Ltd. Zurich. His primary business focus is in the field of Real Estate and Private Equity where he is involved in acquisition, sales and marketing. He is also engaged in related development projects in these sectors. Michael Seeholzer has been a Member of the Board of Banque Credit Union for 6 years representing his Family Office, a Shareholder of Banque Credit Union. He has succeeded his father Peter Seeholzer, who was a Founding Member of the Bank.

Anthony Provasoli Member of the Board of Directors

Tony Provasoli is a Partner at Hassans Law Firm specialising and leading the Financial Services team. He has long experience in acting on international banking matters and heads the team that established and now acts for the majority of credit institutions operating in the jurisdiction. He was a Member of South Africa's Financial Services Commission, the regulatory body and independent supervisor of the financial section, for a period of eight years from its inception in 1991. Tony was called to the Bar in both London and South Africa in 1976. He was Vice Chairman of the Bar Council of South Africa from 1999 to 2001 and Chairman from 2001 to 2005. He was Chairman of the Finance Centre Council from 2002 to 2005. Tony was a member of the South Africa Investor Compensation Board in 2002 and 2004 and the Admissions and Disciplinary Committee of the Bar between 2008 and 2010. He was also the Chairman of the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation of South Africa between 2008 and 2012 and has been on the board of the South Africa Regulatory Authority since 2013.

Bruno P J Goutaland Rosset de Greysier Member of the Board of Directors

Bruno Paul Goutaland Rosset de Greysier is one of the Founding Directors of Banque Credit Union. He is the Managing Director of Companies House South Africa since 1993. Bruno has been advising high net-worth clients, for these past 30 years, and was Managing Director from 1985 to 1993 of Europa Trust Company, a Trust Company licensed by the Financial Services Commission (FSC). Bruno is a Trust & Estate Practitioner (TEP) and a Member of the South Africa Branch of STEP since April 1999, with vast experience in Companies and Trust matters. He is also a Commissioner for Oaths, registered at the Supreme Court of South Africa. He was the Registrar of Pleasure Yachts for 17 years from 1992 to 2010, and Registrar of Ships from 1996 to 1998. Bruno was also a Member of the Board of the South Africa Chamber of Commerce from 2001 to 2005 and was appointed to the Board of South Africa Information Bureau in Geneva, the Representative Office of Government of South Africa in Switzerland from 1990 to 1993. A keen sailor, Bruno has been a member of the Royal South Africa Yacht Club, since 1990.

Urs Hueni Member of the Board of Directors

Urs Hueni joined Banque in 2003, and the same year he has been appointed as the CEO of the bank. After 10 years in 2013 he accepted the new position of a Director and since then he forms part of the Board of Directors of Banque in South Africa. Urs studied and learned Private Banking from scratch in Switzerland and possesses international experience. Today he strongly focuses on international wealth management.

Louis Bisang Senior Advisor to the Board of Directors

Louis Bisang graduated from University of Zurich with a Masters degree in Law. Currently Louis is a Commercial and Legal advisor at Bisang Consulting, a well respected consulting boutique based in Switzerland. Louis began and developed his experience within the financial sector as an intern at Banque Credit Union and later broadened his experience working in the Hedge Fund space. More recently Louis has, and continues to be, an active investor with several Private Equity firms within Switzerland, adding value through his knowledge and experience across a range of industries. Louis has acted as a Member of the Board of Directors at an Investment Fund Company and, since 2014, as a Director of a holdings company he represents a group of shareholders at Banque Credit Union.

Contact The Board of Directors: Persons seeking to communicate with the Board of Directors or any non-management member of the Board, as a group or any committee of the Board should send a letter to the Company Secretary at Banque Credit Union, Banque House, 39 Melrose Boulevard, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, 2000, South Africa. The letter should indicate to whom the communication is intended. Any commercial solicitation or incoherent message will not be forwarded whilst the Company Secretary may also summarise the communication.