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GAM activist relies on alpine hotspot for the rich

GAM activist relies on alpine hotspot for the rich

Geneva-based asset manager Bruellan has opened an office in Gstaad. It is aimed at wealthy private clients.

Gstaad is one of the most expensive luxury destinations in Switzerland. The holiday resort in the Bernese Oberland is very popular with celebrities and the rich. Geneva-based asset manager Bruellan has opened a new office in Gstaad.

The strategic expansion reinforces the commitment to serving local customers in the best way possible, according to Brillan in a short statement notice For the opening ceremony at the luxury hotel «Alpina Gstaad»

Coming from Raiffeisen

The two employees Anton Knecht And Egzona Bktishi Ajdari They have been active in the region for nearly two decades and have switched from Raiffeisen cooperative banks to Bruellan, such as the online portal “City Wire” mentioned (Article subject to a fee). Knecht is a Senior Relationship Manager. Raiffeisen left in June and Bakchi Ajdari in March.

Gstaad is known as a center for wealthy private clients. The new site targets both residents and regular visitors to the resort.

In the battle to take over the Greater Amman Municipality

Bruellan is part of the NewGAMe investor alliance, which opposes the acquisition of Swiss fund company GAM by British asset manager Liontrust. The investor group controls approximately 9.6 percent of the issued capital of the Greater Amman Municipality. She believes Liontrust’s bid for GAM is too low.

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