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Joachim Suter has joined Mirabaud Asset Management to look after institutional investors in German-speaking Switzerland.
He will work alongside Patrick Stauffer who is in charge of wholesale investors for the region.
Suter started his career at Credit Suisse and Credit Suisse First Boston in Zurich before moving to UBS where he serviced and developed non-standard and tailor-made solutions across asset classes for institutional investors.
He moved to PIMCO in 2005 where he operated as head of institutional business development until leaving to Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets in 2008 where he covered German speaking Europe, as well as Italy and Luxembourg.
In 2012 he raised assets for a number of projects before joining Altius Associates in 2013 where he built distribution for their investment solutions.
Mirabaud Asset Management’s head of sales and marketing, Bertrand Bricheux, says: “Joachim’s arrival further strengthens our home market presence and answers significant demand from institutional and wholesale clients for our products and dedicated investment solutions. While we have been significantly expanding across Europe, this hire demonstrates our dedication to our long term investors who have been rewarding us with their renewed trust over the years."
Suter says: “Mirabaud Asset Management has successfully leveraged 200 years of history and 40 years of active investment experience to establish itself as a key player in Switzerland’s asset management landscape, while at the same time growing its offering with relevant products for investors, whether institutional or wholesale. I am excited to join a firm that has been going from strength to strength in the course of the past years and look forward to further build upon these recent successes.”
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