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SYZ now offering corporate advisory services


In response to the changing needs of its private and institutional clients, the SYZ Swiss banking group is expanding its range of services to offer strategic advisory services to companies. 

SYZ has entered into a partnership agreement with Schwyz-based investment banking boutique Rausch Partners, which specialises in corporate finance, capital restructuring and mergers & acquisitions.
As investors' needs change, a modern wealth management bank must adopt a 360 degree vision of its clients' assets and business requirements. The proposed range of services addresses every situation that private clients owning an industrial business might face, such as debt restructuring, market financing solutions, mergers & acquisitions, sales, IPOs and business recovery.
Rausch Partners is an independent company based in Pfäffikon (in the canton of Schwyz) that provides corporate advisory and direct investment services. The firm's executives have over 30 years' combined experience. The partnership will enable SYZ to offer customised investment banking solutions to family-owned companies.
'In addition to portfolio management, a modern, solutions-based private bank should be able to advise clients in Switzerland and abroad on how to best manage their industrial & business activities. This agreement will enable us to remain at the forefront of meeting our clients' needs and lay the foundations for an activity that is bound to see growth in the coming years. This activity is especially important to me because it really sets us apart at a time when private banks are offering more and more of the same services,' says Eric Syz, CEO of SYZ.

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