Andrea Barenghi started his career in 1984 with De La Rue Giori, specializing in banknote creation and in the selling of production equipment to various Governments. In 1995, he joined Banque du Crédit Agricole Suisse SA, where he was in charge of bond market-making, forex and macro-economic analyst on the equity markets, interest and exchange rates. In 1999, he joined newly-created Banque Syz, bringing with him his knowledge of client development and dedicated portfolio management for wealthy families and investir Forex Family Offices.
He left Banque Syz in 2015 to join 1875 FINANCE. Between 1991 and 1997, he worked at Credit Suisse both in Geneva and Zurich as a Board Member for corporate business, then as Head of Bank Relations for French-speaking Switzerland. He joined 1875 FINANCE in 2014. After his internship with lawyer Denis Oswald, the former President of the Neuchâtel Bar Association, Christophe German became a lawyer in 1993.
That same year, he started his career with Fiduconsult SA as a legal advisor. He became head of the Neuchâtel branch and then chief legal officer for the whole of French-speaking Switzerland. In April 2000, he joined UBS SA as Private Banking legal advisor for French-speaking Switzerland. In 2006, he left the bank to join 1875 FINANCE as Head of the Legal Office. Ernst Grob has spent his entire career working for Swiss and international banks, building up a wealth of invaluable knowledge in all aspects of banking and finance. While employed as an auditor for Citibank, he travelled extensively for five years and then ran various organisational units in Mexico City for another four years.
Rolf Kaufmann received his master degree in law from the University of St Gall in 1992. Private Bankers, the oldest Swiss private bank at the time, to work as PA to the managing partner, Dr Konrad Hummler, in 1995. After a stage in New York with some Wallstreet brokers he returned to Switzerland and was co-responsible for the implementation of Wegelin’s first and only subsidiary in Liechtenstein and simultaneously the first branch in Zurich where he became a member of the private clients team. In 2003 he graduated from a joint International Wealth Executive MBA of Carnegie Mellon and Geneva University.
In 2017 he joined 1875 Finance as a Managing Director. Wolfgang Klien earned his Master Degree from St. Doctorate Degree from the Vienna University of Economics and Business. In 1994, he started his career in Management Consulting with a focus on Private Banking and Asset-Management.
In 2017 he joined 1875 FINANCE where he continues to care for his clients and to advance the development of the Zurich office. Marc Luthi started his career in 1983 with Flemings as an advisor for Asian markets. A analyst and took part in the execution of transatlantic transactions. In 1997, he became head of capital markets at a Geneva bank. He then co-managed a firm specialised in wealth engineering.
In 2004 he took part in starting up a new private bank and became Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board and Head of Private Banking. Roland Ruttiman started his career in 1998 with Cantrade Ormond Burrus Banque Privée SA, first in the trading department then in third-party funds selection in Zurich. In 2002, he became a portfolio manager with Ferrier Lullin in Geneva. He obtained his Federal diploma as a financial analyst in 2001 and became an IAF-certified Fund Advisor the same year. In 2006 he left the bank to set up portfolio management for 1875 FINANCE. Loïc Schmid started his financial career in 2001 with Lombard Odier. In 2006, he joined Bank Bénédict Hentsch as a Senior Portfolio Manager.
He will play an important role in the development of the young bank, including the creation of centralized discretionary management, conception and management of funds, proprietary treading and market strategist. Entrepreneur at heart, in 2012 he left the bank to co-found the Swiss finance media investir. In August 2017, he left the Bank to join 1875 FINANCE as CIO. Filippo Taddei is a Swiss attorney-at-law and holds a PhD in law. Co in New York in 2000. Afterwards, he worked for VISCHER Ltd. November 2016 to join 1875 FINANCE Zurich as Managing Director and Head of the Zurich Office.
Pierre Tardiou began his banking career in 1994 with SANPAOLO, where he was a Manager in the Financial Markets. In 2000, he joined UBS Monaco to develop the Key Clients segment and create tailored investment solutions for locals and Italian clients. Cie in Geneva to develop UHNWI private clients and assist families with selling companies and structuring real estate transactions. In 2016, he left Lombard Odier and joined 1875 FINANCE. Pascal Vulliet began his career in 1987 with the Union Bank of Switzerland in Geneva.
He quickly took on leadership positions, became a manager and worked closely with the Private Banking management. As of 1992, he also became involved in the management of private clients and family groups related to members of the management, and took part in developing a business unit dedicated to this specific clientele. He was then appointed Board Member, chairing the Board from 2001 until 2010 when he left the bank to join 1875 FINANCE. 40, rue du 31 Décembre – PO Box 6208 – CH-1211 Genève 6 – Phone. U voor dit instrument een waarschuwing per mail kunt ontvangen zodra bijvoorbeeld een bepaalde koers wordt bereikt. Dat kan eenvoudig door dit instrument toe te voegen aan de alert service van Connect. Connect is onze gratis portfoliodienst en vereist alleen een eenmalige registratie.