After it established a future leaders panel gathering industry and academy experts in January, Swiss group EFG Asset Management has launched the New Capital US Future Leaders fund. Invested in 30 companies within the US mid-cap universe, it aims to capture growth of emerging companies that are benefiting from the economic transformation brought about by disruptive […]
Swiss investment firm EFG Asset Management has launched a Future Leaders Panel, that consists of gathering industry and academy experts, with the aim of demonstrating the value of active management by identifying visionary leaders in company management teams. The Future Leaders Panel currently comprises: • Nathan Furr, business innovation expert and assistant professor of strategy […]
Urs Beck, head of Swiss Equities at New Capital- EFG Asset Management will discuss active investment in Swiss equities at the InvestmentEurope Pension Fund Forum held at the Park Hyatt in Zurich on 14th of November. Beck joined EFG AM in 2014 as a fund manager in charge of the New Capital Swiss Select Equity […]
Swiss company EFG Asset Management has unveiled the New Capital US Small Cap Growth Fund. This Ucits US small-cap equity strategy, which was launched on 12 December 2016, relies on the firm’s belief that US growth equities will be on an upward trend over the coming years. It is managed by senior portfolio managers Joel […]
Urs Beck, Swiss equity manager at New Capital-EFG Asset Management (EFGAM) will discuss active selection of Swiss stocks at the InvestmentEurope Pension Fund Forum held in Zurich on 24 November. Beck will argue that dominant Swiss stock market indices such as the SMI and SPI have failed to significantly adjust their composition over the past […]
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EFG Asset Management (EFGAM), the asset management arm of EFG International, has grown its Hong Kong team with two appointments; Nigel Sze as head of Asia and Harmen Overdijk as head of Investments.
EFG Asset Management has hired Chinese fund manager Mansfield Mok from Swiss rival GAM, to further broaden its Asian fund management capabilities.
Six more fund selectors have given their views on issues such as volatility, gold and correlation between assets affecting their choices.