London, 15 November 2017 - Mirabaud Securities, the brokerage arm of the Mirabaud Group, today announces the launch of Mirabaud Compass, an innovative new tool providing fund managers with unparalleled insight research and insight into equity markets.
Paris, 18 October 2017. A committed participant on the contemporary art scene, Mirabaud Group is a partner of the International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) at the Grand Palais in Paris from 19 to 22 October, and of the Hors les Murs programme at the Place Vendôme, where Oscar Tuazon's monumental works will be displayed until 1 November. The American artist has created an installation of 2-metre diameter water pipes, enclosing tree trunks, to symbolise the link between water and the earth.
London, September 6th, 2017 – Having managed a successful UK High Alpha strategy for Institutional Clients for over 13 years, Mirabaud Asset Management announces today it has taken the decision to reposition its existing UK Equity High Income Fund into a High Alpha Strategy from October 1st. The fund will be managed by Jeremy Hewlett, who is in the UK Equity Team headed by David Kneale.
Geneva, 30 August 2017 – The Mirabaud Group reported its half-year results on
30 June 2017. Assets under management have increased since 31 December 2016. Group profit, amounting to CHF 22.3 million, shows a year-on-year change of 29% thanks to cost control and good performance.
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.
The 79th edition of the Bol d’Or Mirabaud met the expectations of the most demanding yachtsmen, running under ideal conditions, with a sustained “bise” wind, sometimes strong at night. Here are the highlights and the notable events marking this unforgettable edition.
The sailboat helmed by young prodigy Arnaud Psarofaghis won in a remarkable 5h11m. She beat Ladycat Powered by Spindrift Racing by 1 minute 34 seconds and the hydrofoil catamaran GC 32 Realteam by 8 minutes 23 seconds. TeamWork, helmed by Nils Palmieri, won the M2 catamaran category while British Vampire Project (William Sunnucks) won the C1 small catamaran category.
The preeminent international lake regatta will welcome more than 550 competitors on Lake Léman this weekend, among which a number of first ever participants coming from the four corners of Europe. Two days from the start, the stakes are coming into focus. According to meteorologists, the regatta will be disputed with a steady wind and bright sunshine.