Company Overview of Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG
Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG is a privately owned investment manager. It provides its services to pension funds, banks, insurance companies, health insurance schemes, public sectors and religious organisations, charitable foundations and other companies with a professional treasury service. The firm manages separate client-focused portfolios. It manages equity, fixed income, and balanced mutual funds for its clients. The firm invests in the public equity, fixed income and alternative markets across the globe. It operates as a subsidiary of J. Safra Sarasin Holding AG. Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG was founded in 1841 and is based in Basel, Switzerland with additional offices in Bern, Switzerland; Zur...
Founded in 1841
Key Executives for Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG
Chief Executive Officer and Member of Executive Committee
Chief Operating Officer of Private Banking and Member of Executive Committee
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Branch & Southeast Asia
Head of The New Trading & Family Offices Division
Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Asia
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG Key Developments
Bank J. Safra Sarasin Appoints Isabelle Tian as New Managing Director and Head of its Client Advisory Team
Dec 16 14
Bank J. Safra Sarasin has appointed Isabelle Tian as new managing director and head of its client advisory team. Based at the bank's Hong Kong office, Tian will report to Enid Yip, CEO for Asia. Prior to joining J. Safra Sarasin, Tian worked with BNP Paribas Private Banking in Hong Kong as managing director for China market for two years from 2012. Earlier to this, she also worked as managing director for china market at HSBC Private Bank since 2010. Tian has over 15 years of experience servicing clients in the China market.
Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG Announces the Resignation of Eric Sarasin as Deputy CEO
Nov 3 14
Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG announced that its deputy CEO Eric Sarasin has resigned from his role to focus on defending himself in an investigation in Germany.
Clifford Chance Reviews DIFC Court Ruling Against Bank Sarasin-Alpen ME Limited
Sep 2 14
The DIFC Court of First Instance found Bank Sarasin & Co. Ltd. with no registered presence in the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), and its Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) authorised DIFC subsidiary, Bank Sarasin-Alpen ME Limited (Sarasin-Alpen), in breach of the DIFC Regulatory Law with liability to pay compensation to the members of the Khorafi family who purchased $200 million of structured products, which were financed, in part, by loans from Bank Sarasin and from another bank. In a detailed commentary, law firm Clifford Chance reviews what this ruling means for regulated firms in the DIFC. The law firm said the findings against Bank Sarasin have fundamental consequences for the conduct of financial services business in or from the DIFC. The model used by Bank Sarasin, involving a DFSA Category 4 licensed firm (in this case, Sarasin-Alpen) advising on and arranging investments and financial products sold from/booked in a foreign booking centre is popular. More DIFC originated business is booked in foreign locations than in the DIFC. The Court held that individuals employed by Sarasin-Alpen (not by Bank Sarasin) were in fact providing financial services for the unlicensed Bank Sarasin, even though the Claimants never entered the DIFC and Bank Sarasin had no registered presence in the DIFC.
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