Boutique adviser makes hire from SGPB Hambros
Crossbridge Capital, the boutique adviser to high net worth individuals and families has hired a former SGPB Hambros employee Manish Singh
Singh, who has worked for the Société Générale group for some time, moves to the independent adviser effective immediately.
He will head up its investment services, overseeing discretionary and advisory portfolios for HNW and UHNW clients. Singh reports to chief executive Tarek Khlat, and also becomes a director at the firm.
He has worked in investment banking and financial markets for eight years.
His most recent role was as investment director at Société Générale Private Bank Hambros. There, he managed over $400m in bespoke and advisory portfolios, covering multi asset classes, alternative investment and structured products.
Prior to that, he was a quantitative equity research analyst at SocGen’s Corporate and Investment Banking division (SGCIB) and at UBS Investment Bank, working in teams in both London and Hong Kong.
Crossbridge Capital gives wealth management, merchant banking and principal investment advice to its clients, behaving as an intermediary between banks and custodians.
Typically, those clients are high net worth individuals, families, business owners and mid-size institutions.
Swiss wealth manager Julius Baer is a founding minority shareholder in Crossbridge.