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6th Swiss Asset Management Day

The 6th Swiss Asset Management Day takes place on Thursday, 6 April 2017 in the Hotel Seedamm Plaza in Pfäffikon SZ, Switzerland.

The 1st Swiss Asset Management Day was held in 2011. Since then, the event has become extremely popular within the finance community and has attracted large audiences of several hundreds participants including many decision-makers and senior executives from Switzerland and abroad.

The next full-day conference of Swiss Asset Management Day - organised by the Department for Economic Affairs Canton Schwyz and Swiss Finance Institute - will kick off with the topic of inequality in the growth of global wealth, followed by a focus on financial technologies and private markets.

Through effective presentations and lively discussions, participants will encounter thought-provoking concepts, deepen their knowledge, and learn more about the triggers and solutions that will enable them to bring asset management to the next level.

We cordially invite you to come and enjoy the conference. To register please use our online tool: Registration.

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Date & Time 

Thursday, 6 April 2017, 09:00 - 17:00 h


The attendance fee is CHF 250.00 and includes lunch, refreshments and cocktails. University students are entitled to a fifty percent reduction. Non-payment of fee does not constitue a cancellation. 


The conference offers several sponsorship opportunities. Express your interest in sponsorship 2017 and contact: Mr. Roman Morger, samdNULL@sz.ch.


  • Andreas Barraud, Canton Schwyz
  • Iwan Deplazes, Zürcher Kantonalbank
  • Francesco Franzoni, Università della Svizzera italiana & Swiss Finance Institute
  • Pius Fritschi, LGT Capital Partners
  • Andreas Iten, SIX Group
  • Andreas Kind, IBM
  • Veronica Lange, UBS
  • Reto Lipp, Swiss Radio and Television
  • Michael Loretan, FINMA
  • Luc Mathys, Credit Suisse
  • Bertold Müller, Christie's
  • Gabriela Maria Payer, Swiss Finance Institute
  • Mikko Syrjänen, Man Global Private Markets
  • Robert Wade, The London School of Economics and Political Sciences
  • Gavin Wood, Parity Technologies

The biographies of speakers are listed in the brochure.


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