Julius Baer, a leading Swiss private banking group, has completed the relocation of its two offices in Dubai to new premises in the Emirates Towers and the Dubai International Financial Centre.
The bank said the moves underscored its dedication to delivering "an outstanding client experience" while also demonstrating its commitment to Dubai and the Middle East.
Julius Baer also commented that the new offices would provide "an attractive and exclusive setting" in which it could meet with private clients wishing to invest internationally.
Peter Schaer, head of Julius Baer Middle East, also praised the "modern, bright and prestigious new premises" that the company has secured in the heart of Dubai's financial area.
"We not only want clients to benefit from our excellent advisory quality and product offering but to also enjoy an outstanding client experience," added Rolf Schaerer, head of the group's representative office in Dubai.
According to Julius Baer, it became the first international private bank to be granted a license to operate in the Dubai International Financial Centre in 2004.