The former vice president of the supervisory board of Liechtenstein’s financial market supervisory authority, Roland Müller, will become its president on 1 January. Michèle Borgeaud, who was newly elected by the government, will become vice president.
Roland Müller, who comes originally from Staad, Switzerland, has been vice president of the supervisory board of the financial market supervisory authority (FMA) of Liechtenstein since 2010. In that role, he has contributed significantly to the FMA’s reorganisation. A lawyer specialised in the principles of corporate governance and risk management, he is also a professor at the universities of Liechtenstein and St.Gallen. Roland Müller will become president of the supervisory board on 1 January, succeeding the current president Urs Roth-Cuony, who is stepping down for retirement.
Michèle Borgeaud, who was newly elected to the supervisory board at the same time by the government, is from Altendorf, Switzerland. She comes from the banking sector where she has held senior positions in the fields of investment banking and asset management at UBS in Zurich and London, as well as at McKinsey & Company in Paris and with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Borgeaud currently runs a consultancy firm that she founded in Switzerland. As the government announced, the FMA supervisory board intends to elect Michèle Borgeaud as the new vice president.