23.10.2020

Welcome to Mr. Leuba and his team

Cité Gestion welcomes Mr. W. Leuba's team. After 34 years at UBS at the head of Iberian segment, including 20 years as head of the High Networth market, this experienced banker is now joining Cité Gestion to take on new challenges in the company of Joëlle Garcia and Patricia Mancini Grin, both also from UBS.

M. W. Leuba announces : 

« Our objective is truly to support Cité Gestion's clients in complete transparency. We wish to offer management that is not only optimized, but also in perfect adequacy with the stakes and needs of our clients. Listening, respect and commitment are daily values that my entire team implements to ensure the proper development of the assets entrusted to us. »

 

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Cité Gestion is pleased to announce the launch of its May 2021 Newsletter.

  1. Macro, Fixed Income and Rates
  2. Equity 
  3. Forex and Commodities
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Welcome to Ms. Stephanie Cazé !

Cité Gestion is pleased to announce the arrival of Ms. Stephanie Cazé in its Geneva offices.

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07.05.2021

« Sell in May and Go away » ? Statistics say : « Not really »

Everybody has heard at least once the financial adage « Sell in May and go away », suggesting that stock markets have historically corrected in May.

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