Credit Suisse Brings Back Jack

Apr 25 2007 | 1:38pm ET

Jack Rubin, a former Credit Suisse managing director who headed the formation of the firm’s institutional asset management business, has returned to his old stomping grounds. This time around, Rubin has been hired to lead the opening of the firm’s Greenwich office, which will focus on private banking.

Rubin will report Matthew Gorman, head of the eastern region of Private Banking USA and is currently working out of the firm’s New York office. CS plans to open its Greenwich office this summer.

"Jack has a long track record of success in working with wealthy clients and is ideally suited to lead the Greenwich office," said Gorman."We are committed to establishing and growing our presence in the Greenwich area, and Jack will be instrumental in that effort."

Rubin joins Credit Suisse from Silvercrest Distributors, where he served as a managing director. Before that, he provided consulting services to EFG Private Bank, where he developed alternative investment products including hedge funds and private equity funds.


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