SYZ Asset Management Adds To Biz Development Team

Oct 19 2011 | 7:51am ET

The Swiss banking group SYZ & CO has added Alessia Toricelli Dolfi to the business development team for its institutional management division, SYZ Asset Management.

In her new role, Toricelli Dolfi will focus on advising French-speaking and Ticino-based institutional investors. SYZ Asset Management comprises all the Group’s institutional management activities, both conventional and alternative. 

Prior to joining the SYZ & CO Group, Toricelli Dolfi was in charge of the institutional clientele of Dexia Asset Management in French-speaking Switzerland and Ticino. She began her career as a financial analyst before becoming a fund manager and discretionary mandate manager. For a number of years she also drew up the investment policy of several types of investors – both private and institutional – notably for 7 years with Lombard Odier Asset Management.


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