Mirabaud has acted as financial intermediary and independent adviser for professional and corporate investors for more than 25 years.
Mirabaud offers Brokerage services in London, Geneva, Zurich, Madrid and Hong Kong.
Paris, 6 July 2017. As a committed player in the contemporary art arena, the Mirabaud Group has become a partner of FIAC, Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain – the prestigious Paris Contemporary Art Fair. The 44th fair will be held on 19-22 October 2017 at the Grand Palais, Paris. Every year, gallery owners, artists and art collectors from all over the world come together for this celebrated event. This partnership extends to the Hors les Murs (“Beyond the Walls”) programmes at the prestigious Place Vendôme, which will be home to a major artwork throughout October. Mirabaud will be the sole partner of this FIAC event in the iconic Parisian square.
Paris, 4 July 2017 – Mirabaud Asset Management has expanded its offering, which already covers several asset classes, to include a new growth industry: the private equity business. To implement this strategy, Mirabaud Asset Management has enlisted the services of Renaud Dutreil, former French Minister of Small & Medium-Sized Businesses and former Chairman of LVMH North America; he will be supported in this remit by Luc-Alban Chermette. This is the first fund dedicated to entreprises du patrimoine vivant (living heritage companies) and was launched today with a first closing of 50 million euros.
Since 1990 Mirabaud has offered a wide range of advisory and broking services for a growing number of public and private companies. Its services include research, sales and execution, capital markets and corporate broking.
Mirabaud has established itself as an expert and trusted intermediary in financial markets – in particular, the UK’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) – by offering independent advice that reflects the goals and interests of its clients. Mirabaud prides itself on its uncompromising quality of execution. The Group offers Brokerage services in London, Geneva, Zurich, Madrid and Hong Kong.