Securities firm Reuss Private announces changes to management team and board of directors – Roman Neff appointed CEO

Management changes at the securities firm Reuss Private: Roman Neff is the new CEO of Reuss Private AG. He takes over from former CEO Felix Ronner, who will remain a member of the executive board in his new role as CIO / Head Fixed Income. Rino Miraglia, Head Asset Management, is also a new member of the executive board. The personnel changes on the boards of Reuss Private AG have already been approved by FINMA.

Roman Neff, CEO Reuss Private AG

The Reuss Private AG board of directors has appointed Roman Neff, former member of the executive board and CRO, as chairman of the executive board. He takes over from former CEO Felix Ronner, who will remain a member of the executive board in his new role as CIO / Head Fixed Income. Felix Ronner will also remain a member of the executive board of the parent company Reuss Private Group AG. The role of CRO will be taken over by COO Frank Mennuni on an interim basis until the newly created position Head Compliance / Risk is appointed. Rino Miraglia, who has held the position of Head of Asset Management since October of last year, was also appointed to the executive board. Michael Bögli completes the team as ‘Head Wealth Management’ led by the new Managing Director. With the new appointments and the broadening of expertise within the management team, Reuss Private is creating the ideal conditions to sustainably carry the momentum from the growth of recent years into the future.

Personnel changes on the board of directors

It was announced as early as January 2022 that Felix Brem had decided for personal reasons to withdraw from the operational Group business and instead join the board of directors of both Reuss Private AG and Reuss Private Group AG. Raoul Weil has taken his place as CEO of the Reuss Private Group. All changes in the executive management and the board of directors of both Reuss Private AG and Reuss Private Group AG have in the meantime also been confirmed by the supervisory authority.