The emerging markets equity fund run by Geneva-based Reyl Asset Management has experienced strong inflows over the last quarter, with assets under management topping $1bn, up from $151m in December 2011, supported primarily by institutional investors....
Swiss bank Reyl & Co has opened a London office in St James' Square, Mayfair, its latest move to position its network to service high net worth clients globally.
Christian Fringhian and Lorenzo Rocco di Torrepadula have been made partners at Geneva based Reyl Bank to boost its corporate advisory, investment banking and wealth management services.
Hedge fund fees have been the focus of intense discussion in recent times, but certain investors say that better managers deserve the fees they earn
Swiss banks face the prospect of losing 15%, or Sfr135bn francs ($139bn) of their assets as a result of Western Europeans taking their money onshore, said Herbert Hensle, global head of the Strategy & Transformation team of Cap Gemini SA, in a Bloomberg...
Reyl & Cie (France) has appointed Virginie Robert as senior portfolio manager, with a brief to further develop its advisory service for investments in unlisted companies.
Emmanuel Hauptmann talks to InvestmentEurope about the outlook and opportunities for emerging markets, and how Reyl Asset Management invests in them.
Fund managers discuss the changee that may damage their offshore fund model, but not kill their industry.
Swiss private bank and asset manager group Reyl & Cie has appointed Roger Groebli as chief executive of a newly founded unit to help US taxpayers living in Switzerland and abroad.
Swiss financiers Reyl Asset Management have appointed Gilles Pradère from Calyon in London as a senior fund manager in fixed income, as it plans to expand its absolute return range.
Continental allocators facing difficult prognoses for their local markets are encouraging clients to ‘try something new’, but managers say Europe still has a role in portfolios.
Switzerland’s Reyl & Cie is looking to expand its client base and investment activities outside Europe as politics limits its scope at home.
As if their investment decisions are not difficult enough, fund managers have the added complication of deciding whether they are facing inflation or deflation.
Unigestion has made a major hire from ANZ in Asia, becoming the latest Swiss group to mark out expansion in the region that is the engine of global growth.
France’s Oddo Asset Management has seeded a merger arbitrage fund established by former proprietary traders from Banque d’Orsay, in a further demonstration of willingness by French financiers to back new hedge funds.
Samena Capital, the emerging markets specialist with which Genevan asset manager Reyl & Cie sealed a joint venture in April, is launching its second Special Situations fund with capacity of $700m.
Julius Baer is to launch a China fund after the State Administration of Foreign Exchange in China set a quota of $100m for it to trade in mainland capital markets.
Genevan asset manager Reyl & Cie and emerging markets specialist Samena Capital have formed a joint venture to integrate their activities including wealth management, and hedge fund seeding in Asia.