The great recognition of Mike Baur is behind his role as the co-founder as well as the Executive Chairman at the Swiss Start-up Factory AG.
Notably, it is worth acknowledging that Mike Baur is quite experienced for having worked for more than twenty years in the position of a private banker alongside a proud university profession. Looking at his academic success, he attended the University of Bern where he attained his Master’s degree in Business Administration. This adds up to his attainment of the University of Rochester’s Executive MBA. The University is situated in the New York, United States of America.
At the end of eleven years working as Clariden Leu, Baur moved onto UBS. This happened towards the termination of the year 2008. Initially, Baur served in the position of the regional manager before his crowning by a short-serving CEO, Oliver Jaquet. The crowning made promoted him to head Private Banking Switzerland through the 2011 spring.
Worth appreciation is the fact that Mike Baur had a quick understanding of ways of handling the greatest batches. It is for this reason that Baur won the confidence of both Jaquet as well as Peter Eckert who is the President of Clariden.
Similarly, Baur needed not to know many clienteles following his earlier activeness in line with the support functions during his service at UBS. Regarding the Clariden source, Mike Baur attempted meeting the essential customers without the knowledge of the consultants of Clariden.
Upon the broadcast related to the Clariden Leu’s integration, Credit Suisse which is a parent firm decided to set up a new City within the region of Zurich. It would become a landing area to the larger percentage of Mike Baur’s clienteles originating from the Private Banking Switzerland of Clariden Leu. Remarkably, Mike Baur was visionary alongside his role as the Chief Executive Officer of the CS Private Banking at Zurich City.
Additionally, the reason for his termination of his job is behind his decision to start making investments in the startup firms before the year 2014 when he became a co-founder of the Swiss Startup Factory. The other partners are Oliver Walzer and Max Meister.
Mike Baur worked at START Summiteer in the position of a jury participant. It is a start-up competition of pitching belonging to St. Gallen University. Baur became the CTI Invest’s deputy managing director in the first month of 2016. It happened when CTI partnered with Swiss Startup Factory.
It is through his service in different capacities that he turned out to be quite resourceful and managed to take the company to another level.