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Reech launches advisory board


Reech AiM Group has launched an advisory board which will provide a forum for the expression of opinions and guidance on matters relating to the group’s strategic choices and orientations.

The board is structured to allow each independent adviser to cover a specific area of expertise in order to facilitate the exchange of business development ideas.

The board is composed of the following five members:

1. Bernard Allorent, who has over 35 years’ experience in banking and was the chief risk officer of the BNP Paribas Group;
2. Marc-Antoine Autheman, who has been chief of staff of French Prime Minister Pierre Beregovoy and later became chief executive officer of Credit Agricole Indosuez;
3. Bernard de Combret, who has over 31 years’ experience in the commodities sector and is the former deputy chairman of the executive committee of Total;
4. James Rubin, who served under US President Clinton as assistant secretary of state public affairs and chief spokesman for the US State Department; and
5. Lord St. John, who took his seat in the House of Lords in 1978 and is an active crossbencher specialising in foreign affairs, financial services, deregulation and environmental protection.

Christophe Reech (pictured), chairman and chief executive of Reech, says: “The decision to create an advisory board with such diversity and experience is coming at a time when the group is expanding its product range globally. We believe that such a board will be decisive in building the next stages of Reech, by bringing credibility and experience to a very talented management team.”

The board will meet on a quarterly basis to review the group’s investment funds and various other activities.

Reech was founded in 2006 to manage investments for institutions, high-net-worth individuals, family offices, endowments and foundations in several countries, and across different investment strategies, time horizons and risk profiles.

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