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Banor SIM Roadshow starts from Rome

Banor SIM’s roadshow starts from Rome on 3 November 2015. Italy’s biggest independent financial “boutique” firm, Banor SIM has over 4 billion euro in assets under management and administration and specialises in capital management and advisory for high-worth clients.

“We felt the need to thank our clients for staying with us in these years of two-digit performance. The results obtained are tangible proof of their confidence in us”, declared Massimiliano Cagliero, Chief Executive Officer and principal shareholder of Banor SIM.

Over the last 10 years, the firm’s assets under management have increased more than threefold, by 340%. “We have over 1000 customers and are continuing to grow. Today we have offices not just in Milan and Turin, but also in London, Luxembourg and Lugano (thanks to our holding in Banor Capital Ltd). In Italy, we’re also present in Verona and Brescia”, continued Cagliero who, with Chief Investment Officer Luca Riboldi, leads the management team. The other members are Angelo Meda, Head of Equities; Tommaso Mariotti, Head of Fixed Income; and Roberto Bianchi, asset manager in charge of fund selection and international. They are backed by a team of 10 analysts and portfolio managers.

Banor SIM’s roadshow will end on 4 February in Verona, after visiting Milan, Turin and Brescia. The meet-ups will examine emerging themes and the outlook for the markets in 2016.

Original article in Italian language, available here: Invice.it, November 6, 2015.

 


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