Swiss financial group Mirabaud Asset Management has unveiled its latest multi-asset strategy ‘Dynamic Allocation’, which provides flexible management on all traditional asset classes.
During market volatility, this strategy seeks to cater long-term capital appreciation and protection through its reactivity and flexibility in tactical choices.
The asset manager has selected Pierre Pinel as CIO to manage asset allocation products and balanced mandates in support of the new multi-asset strategy.
Pinel said markets tend to move fast in shorter cycles and often finish at the same level they started at, but passing through highly volatile periods.
"The goal of any dynamic multi-asset portfolio today is to capture these intermediate trends in order to compound returns," Pinel added.
A dynamic asset allocation process is based on financial trends, macroeconomic indicators and price indicators, which offer the flexibility to turn away from the reference index and thus offer lower correlation to traditional financial markets.
Pinel worked with BNP Paribas asset management business, Swiss banks UBS and Credit Suisse on key positions and dealt with numerous areas of activity encompassing asset management, investment and also product development and management.
Mirabaud Asset Management is a part of Geneva-based Mirabaud & Cie, which currently trades in four continents and offers services in private banking, asset management and intermediation.