Two centuries of financial activity. Mirabaud has been pursuing a long-term vision since 1819 while fostering a spirit of enterprise and staying true to its roots. This continuity has enabled the Group to intensify its activities on its chosen markets and to accelerate its development.
Opening of a representative office in Milan for operations in connection with asset management.
Mirabaud starts operating as a bank in France and Spain.
Mirabaud & Cie (Europe) SA is founded with its head office in Luxembourg.
Seville office is opened.
Creation of Mirabaud Asset Management (Suisse) SA and transfer of all Asset Management activities to this new fund management company under Swiss law.
Valencia office is opened.
Creation of an asset management company (ManCo) and consolidation of the majority of UCITS funds and Mirabaud Asset Management AIFs in Luxembourg.
Group enters the Spanish market with a presence in Madrid and Barcelona.
New dedicated brokerage platform is launched in Geneva.
Mirabaud starts operating as a bank in Dubai and expands asset management services in Middle East.
The corporate finance business in London is expanded.
Dubai office dedicated to wealth management is opened.
Activities in Basel are expanded.
Office in Paris and brokerage firm in Hong Kong are opened.
LPP Gestion SA is founded centralising all of the Group's pension services.
Branch is opened in Zurich.
Office is founded in Hong Kong.
Presence is established in London, offering wealth management, asset management, brokerage and corporate finance services.
The Group's first international office is opened in Montreal.
Mirabaud launches a pioneering alternative investment fund.
Mirabaud is a founding member of the Geneva Private Bankers Association.
Mirabaud helps develop a national banking system and the first Swiss stock exchange.
Mirabaud is founded in Geneva.
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149 photographers spanning 25 countries participated in the seventh edition of the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image. Jean-Marie Liot, from France, won the main award, whilst the delegates from the Yacht Racing Forum and World Sailing’s annual conference chose Nico Martinez’s photograph for the Yacht Racing Forum award. Christophe Huchet won the public award, based on the votes on Facebook. The top 80 pictures can be viewed on the website.
At tonight's SUI Sailing Awards in Lucerne, Swiss Sailing, a partner of the Skippers magazine, honoured Dona Bertarelli, Chris Rast, Nathalie Brugger and Matías Bühler, Nicolas Rolaz and Max Wallenberg, Dominique Hausser, the races.ch project, and the Ocean Youth Sailing association.