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Credit Suisse scraps EMD mandate & selector exits
Investor brought in almost two years ago steps down as Swiss giant shutters efforts.
Credit Suisse bolsters robotics fund with ex-UBS manager
Swiss group assigns thematic specialist to support Citywire + rated manager.
Zurich-based private equity boutique acquired by Schroders
Investment firm accelerates growth in alternatives with new purchase.
Pictet risk manager poached for Schroders quant role
Asset manager makes double appointment for fixed income unit.
SYZ AM multi-asset chief increases cash pot to 30%
Hartwig Kos moves €230m strategy to one-third cash amid uncertain outlook.
Geneva AM boutique managing director quits to join OpenFunds
Geneva-based fund analyst ends decade-long stint to join services firm.
GAM global equities chief: don’t ditch bond proxy bets… yet
Carlo Capaul says there is no need for an aggressive rotation in exposure.
(Update) UBS clarifies PM roles on €1.1bn GEMs fund
Manager relinquishes role after seven years in the hot seat, Citywire has learned.
UBS veteran steps down from €1.1bn GEMs fund
Manager relinquishes role after seven years in the hot seat, Citywire Selector has learned.
BiL selection chief: MiFID II is industry’s biggest challenge
Lionel de Broux believes asset management firms are running out of road to adequately prepare for January’s regulatory upheaval.
Taxi Talk with Oliver Collins from ENISO Partners
In Citywire Switzerland's video interview series, we take Swiss asset managers on a taxi ride and talk about the latest investment trends.
Merger arbitrage hedge fund founder on M&A's top trends
VIDEO: Xavier Robinson, founder of Abrax Merger Arbitrage reveals where he sees opportunities in the top M&A trends.
The CEO tapes: robo-advice can save us from start-up rivals
Will tech trends cause traditional AM firms to flounder? Our elite panel piles in.
Mirabaud Swiss equity PM talks valuation anomalies
VIDEO: Portfolio manager at the Geneva asset management firm Nicolas Bürki talks about the sectors he overweights and the no-go zones of Swiss equities.