Mirabaud strengthens Swiss equities team with Paul Schibli

PEOPLE 03.07 Mirabaud Paul Schibli croppMirabaud Asset Management has boosted its Swiss equities team with the appointment of Paul Schibli as senior portfolio manager. At Mirabaud Schibli will join with Patrick Huber, current senior portfolio manager in the Swiss equities team, to manage a number of funds and mandates as either lead portfolio manager or deputy. Both will report to Philip Watson, chief investment officer for equities at Mirabaud. Schibli comes to Mirabaud from Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, where he was head of the Swiss equities team with responsibility for the management of a small- and mid-cap fund. Schibli and Huber will also have the support of Nicolas Bürki who will continue to serve as analyst manager, helping to evaluate the Swiss companies covered by the team and managing a number of mandates. Mirabaud Asset Management manages around CHF 1 billion in Swiss equities and has total assets under management of CHF 8.5 billion. ©2015 funds europe

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