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Patrick Huber joins Mirabaud Asset Management to strengthen equities division

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Mirabaud Asset Management has appointed Patrick Hube as Senior Portfolio Manager responsible for Swiss large cap companies.

Huber's appointment is an additional step towards strengthening the management capabilities of an existing team which, thanks to its expertise and good performances, has been able to win numerous mandates and multiple awards. Among other asset classes, in Swiss equities specifically Mirabaud Asset Management currently manages nearly one billion Swiss francs, distributed among various Swiss equity funds and mandates, both on behalf of professional and institutional investors.
With fifteen years' experience and an unparalleled level of knowledge of Swiss companies, Huber joins Mirabaud Asset Management from Lombard Odier Investment Managers where he had been responsible for the Swiss equities team. Patrick Huber has a degree in Banking and Finance from the Zurich Higher School of Economics and Administration (HWV) and a Master of Advanced Studies in Corporate Finance from the University of Lucerne (IFZ).
Within Mirabaud Asset Management, Patrick Huber will be responsible for Swiss large cap companies while Matthias Egger remains responsible for small and mid-cap companies. Nicolas Burki will remain in his current role as analyst manager and, along with Huber and Matthias Egger, will be involved in analysing Swiss companies monitored by the team and in managing a number of mandates.
Lionel Aeschlimann, CEO of Mirabaud Asset Management, says: "We are delighted to welcome a talented new manager, Patrick Huber, into our Swiss equities team, which represents one of Mirabaud Asset Management's key strategic focus areas. We firmly believe we have one of the best teams operating in this asset class. Huber, who shares our values and our active management approach based on strong convictions, will be a major contributor to the quality, strength and sustainability of our client offering."

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