By Mauro Orru Credit Suisse Group AG said Monday that it has appointed Dixit Joshi as its new chief financial officer to replace David Mathers, who is stepping down after more than a decade in the job. The Swiss bank said that Mr. Joshi would take over in October after serving as group treasurer at Deutsche Bank AG for the past five years.
Credit Suisse also appointed Francesca McDonagh as chief operating officer, a new role aimed at supporting Chief Executive Ulrich Koerner in the development of the bank. She was previously chief executive of the Bank of Ireland and will start as COO on Sept. 19. Meanwhile, Francesco De Ferrari, chief executive of the key wealth management division, was appointed chief executive of the EMEA region with immediate effect. He had been serving as interim CEO for the region. Write to Mauro Orru at firstname.lastname@example.org; @MauroOrru94 Corrections & Amplifications This article was corrected at 0613 GMT to reflect that Francesca McDonagh most recently served as chief executive at Bank of Ireland. The original article said she was previously chief executive of the EMEA region.