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SYZ entrusts its advisory service to Yasmina Barin

Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - Banque SYZ recently named Yasmina Barin as its new Head of Advisory. The service boosts advisory portfolios of private clients by recommending innovative and effective investment ideas.

Barin began her professional career on the research team at Capital International. She then joined the SYZ research team in October 2006 as a Senior Analyst. Responsible for security selection in consumer sectors, she also contributed to multi-asset fund management. In February 2015, Yasmina joined the private banking advisory service, where she was in charge of implementing a new advisory management offering. She holds a Master's in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International Studies (IUHEI).

The advisory service is composed of seven investment professionals, who provide investment services for private clientele who want to maintain control over their investments: Advisory Select (access to our recommended list and our research) and Advisory Expert (direct access to our experts and customised offers).

With its Advisory offer, SYZ provides its private clientele with the same active management philosophy, with a clear focus on performance and a customised range of innovative solutions. Recently, the advisory team successfully launched a fixed income product indexed on shares integrating the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), issued in collaboration with The World Bank to finance its projects. The team also issued a dynamic certificate for mobility (SYE E-Mobility), enabling investment in a basket of shares exposed to the electric vehicle boom.

"Private clientele active in portfolio management ask for much more than share recommendations. They are looking for innovative and sustainable investment solutions as well as direct access to banking experts. I am particularly pleased to entrust this major role to Yasmina Barin, who has set herself apart with her skills and knowledge", added Silvan Wyss, Head of Wealth Management.

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