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Asset manager QCAM is bringing more expertise to its board and management

  • 27.07.2020
  • Press

Some online newspaper like finews, Institutional Money, citywire, theorg.com and prnewscentre reported about our FX and asset expert growth in the board of directors and management committe:

With new appointments by Gary Klopfenstein, Hélie d’Hautefort and Ekaterina Schiess to the Board of Directors and Martin Pendert to the Management Committee, QCAM Currency Asset Management AG is further expanding its strategic competence and position as an independent, globally active Swiss Asset Management and Currency specialist.

There has been significant upheaval in the financial markets shaped by the corona pandemic. Long-term investment experience and currency expertise are therefore more important than ever for institutional investors. In addition to the interesting opportunities that arise in such phases, open currency positions also harbor substantial risks.

Against this background, the Zug-based FX specialist QCAM Currency Asset Management AG further consolidated its position with three very experienced new members on the Supervisory Board and the appointment of Martin Pendert to the Executive Board.

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