asset management and financial products, coupled with significant investments in technology and four acquisitions in the last three years, Vontobel is well positioned to pursue its growth path as it profits from the creation of global wealth. Zeno Staub.
Zurich-based Vontobel, majority-owned by the Vontobel families, has grown through a three-pillar strategy focusing on private banking, asset management and investment banking. Having achieved its three-year plan to 2017, Vontobel upped its 2020 targets for.
Zurich-based Vontobel, majority-owned by the Vontobel families, has grown through a three-pillar strategy focusing on private banking, asset management and investment banking. "We are well positioned to increase our growth and profitability targets by 20.
TwentyFour AM, a fixed income boutique of Zurich-based asset manager Vontobel has announced the launch of a new ... who heads TwentyFour AM’s eight person strong asset management team. The fund is domiciled in Luxembourg and offers Euro, Swiss Franc.
NEW YORK, July 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Vontobel Asset Management, Inc. has expanded its product offering to institutional U.S. clients with the launch of two SEC-registered institutional mutual funds: Vontobel International Equity Institutional Fund.
New York-based investment firm Vontobel Asset Management has named Rajiv Jain and Dr. Philipp Hensler as co-CEOs. The appointment becomes effective July 1, 2014. Jain is a 20-year veteran of the firm while Dr. Hensler is the former CEO of Oppenheimer Funds.
Notenstein La Roche Private Bank has entered into an agreement with Vontobel to sell its Eastern European non-strategic asset management portfolio. The portfolio includes CHF2bn ($2.07bn) in assets under management. Under the terms of the agreement.
Vontobel has agreed to acquire the Eastern European asset management portfolio of private bank Notenstein La Roche. The deal will add around CHF 2 billion (€1.76 billion) to Vontobel's current CHF 208 billion of assets under management. The sale is a.
The Zurich-based bank, which also includes asset management and financial product businesses, is among the mid-sized operators in Swiss banking. Its US wealth management business remains modest — at present Vontobel manages only about SFr3bn ($3.1bn.