Steenman starts boutique

Michiel Steenman starts his own wealth management boutique in Geneva.

Until last year Michiel Steenman was one of the highest profile ECM bankers in the region. Having run ABN AMRO Rothschild's equities business, he then moved to Jardine Fleming and then JPMorgan when JF was bought. He left the firm in 2002 after deciding against taking a top position in the London ECM team.

He has now started his own wealth management company based in Geneva, with an ex colleague Gijs Sandberg, to be called Sandberg Steenman. The firm will run discretionary wealth management accounts for high net worth individuals with assets of between $1million and $20 million. The firm's investment approach is described as 'global diversified allocation'. Steenman explains that this...

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