Asad Khan has left Julius Baer for German family office Finvia, as first reported by Private Banking Magazin.
Khan was special mandates business head for Bank Julius Baer Deutschland, where he set up and was responsible for individual investment strategies and managed the European advisory business.
During this time, he and his team had a role in the Europe wide integration of units from Merrill Lynch.
In his new role, he is responsible for asset management in Finvia’s CIO office as head of capital markets and as a member of the investment committee contributes to investment policy under Reinhard Panse, the CIO. Finvia is located in Frankfurt am Main.
Before joining Julius Baer, he worked in the UHNWI segment at UBS, looking after family office mandates and advising professional investors.