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Fisch Asset Management joins GBAM

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Fisch Asset Management, an independent asset management boutique based in Zurich, has joined the Group of Boutique Asset Managers (GBAM).

GBAM is a global network of independent specialist asset managers who have come together to improve their presence in international marketplaces.
 
Members do so by sharing information and promoting their presence both individually and collectively to potential investors. 
 
José Luis Jimenez (pictured), chairman of GBAM, says: “We are delighted that a boutique of the calibre of Fisch has joined our group. Since our inaugural meeting in Valladolid under a year ago the group has now grown to 16 members, representing asset managers from Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia and managing over EUR100bn of asset under management.”
 
Dr Pius Fisch, chairman and founding partner of Fisch Asset Management, says: “I am very pleased to be working with a range of different specialist boutiques from around the world. I’m sure I will learn much from their expertise while making a useful contribution to the group.”

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