Vontobel strengthens wealth management for North American investors

29.06.2018 Tempo di lettura: 1 minuti

Vontobel is expanding the Zurich team of Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors AG (VSWA) with four new experienced asset management experts. The Vontobel subsidiary is specialized in offering internationally diversified investment solutions for North American clients.

"The strengthened team underlines our commitment to the growth market of North America. As an active, specialized Swiss wealth manager, we offer North American investors an opportunity for professional diversification, which is becoming increasingly important in the current environment," states Patrice E. Humbel, Head of VSWA.

The four wealth management experts who are joining VSWA in July 2018 are Felix Samuel Fässler, David M. Stankay, Daniela Geiger and Matthew Utermöhlen, who already have many years of experience in providing advice and support to North American clients.

VSWA, based in Zurich, Switzerland, is a SEC-regulated investment advisor and has the status of an Exempt International Advisor in the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Québec.

Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors
Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors AG, an SEC registered adviser headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, offers globally diversified investment solutions for North American investors. As an innovative partner with extensive investment expertise, we leverage the strengths of our multicurrency platform, tailoring effective, forward-looking solutions with a decidedly Swiss outlook.

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