Single point of contact

To enable independent asset managers to focus exclusively on their clients, Mirabaud provides them with a dedicated relationship manager who serves as their single point of contact vis-à-vis all specialists and services within the Group.

Privileged access to our services

  • Privileged access to teams specialising in investment advice (equities, bonds, forex, funds, structured products) based in Geneva, Zurich and London
  • Access to publications and documents issued by the Group's Investment Committee and financial research, as well as regular invitations to investment information sessions
  • Access to the Mirabaud fund range (traditional and alternative)
  • Custody  and multi-booking opportunities
  • Operational support based on an efficient back office
  • Leading-edge secure banking application (view accounts, place orders, print out valuations, access the archive)
  • Personalised assistance and support (helpdesk, ongoing training)
  • Invitations to investments meeting, training, and dedicated events

A partnership that respects all parties involved



Pierre Donnet

WM - Head of Independent AM

29, Boulevard Georges-Favon
1204 Geneva
T +41 58 816 22 92

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