Lombard Odier's Huber joins Mirabaud AM


Lombard Odier's Swiss equities specialist Patrick Huber has joined Mirabaud Asset Management as the firm bolsters its large-cap desk.

Huber joins the firm as a senior portfolio manager, responsible for Swiss large-cap stocks, 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 Egger, will be involved in analysing Swiss companies monitored by the team and in managing a number of mandates. Huber (pictured) previously led the Swiss equities team at Lombard Odier Investment Managers. Mirabaud Asset Management currently manages nearly CHF1bn in Swiss equities, distributed among various Swiss equity funds a...

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