July 15th 2021  

Switzerland, Inside, Markets

ISP Group AG strengthens its AMCs and asset management offering with three financial experts

The independent financial services boutique ISP Group is pleased to announce the arrival of three outstanding financial professionals. The new hires will further strengthen the AMC and Asset Management team and support the company's successful growth strategy.

Ronald Wildmann joined ISP Group as Senior Portfolio Manager. Before joining ISP Group, he worked for 16 years in the Swiss equities business, most recently at Research Partners as co-owner, co-managing director and head of research. His remarkable career also includes eight years as Head of Swiss Equity Research at the former Bank Leu. Ronald holds a Master's degree in Business Management from the University of Zurich (lic.oec.publ.) and is a Graduate Financial Analyst and Portfolio Manager (Azek). He and his team won several awards in Swiss equity research.

Andreas Sinn manages in his new role as Senior Portfolio Manager ISP portfolios and AMCs and oversees the investment strategy. Prior to joining ISP Group he held various positions as a securities trader and portfolio manager at Coutts & Co. and Aquila AG for more than a decade. Andreas holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Finance from the California State University, Fresno, and an AZEK diploma.

Heiko Witt joined ISP Group as Advisor AMCs. In this role, he will be serving ISP’s clients on ISP’s existing AMC offering and further developing the AMC platform. Over the past four years, he has gained extensive knowledge of structured investment and leveraged products at Vontobel in Zurich. Prior to that, Heiko worked at Vontobel in Frankfurt and DZ Bank in Hong Kong. Heiko holds a Master's degree in Banking & Finance from the University of St. Gallen and is a CAIA Charterholder.

Marco Bartolucci, CEO of ISP Group, comments: “I am very pleased to welcome these new colleagues to our team, with whom we have specifically strengthened our expertise in portfolio management and research. They will focus on expanding the asset management offerings and will provide thematic AMCs, such as the AMC in the hydrogen area which was recently launched, and an AMC for Swiss mid and small caps. Thus, following the opening of our office in Geneva, this is another great step within our ambitious strategy for the ISP Group.”

 

Learn more at: https://www.finews.ch/news/banken/47079-isp-ronald-wildmann-andreas-sinn-heiko-witt

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