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The Swiss Shareholders‘ Association (SUISHARE) has been launched, in May 2017 as a not-for-profit organization, to protect and advance;
- Ethical business environments through updated Corporate Governance with more independent oversight,
- the interests and education of investors in the Swiss Market,
- interests of all other stakeholders.
The Swiss Shareholder Association (SUISHARE) is focussed on protecting and promoting the interests of shareholders and stakeholders. SUISHARE supports its member’s desire for profitable companies operating in an ethical business environment.
The majority of staff of SUISHARE are volunteers and draw no fee or other remuneration for their services. They may have representation expenses, such as travel costs compensated. Financial outlays will primarily be for IT expenses, permanent office staff, office running costs such as rent and telecommunications, and general expenses.
Company monitors around Switzerland review larger listed companies‘ performance, governance and reporting, visit AGM’s and inform the SUISHARE community to their findings via the SUISHARE website, and through regular meetings.
As we have launched the SUISHARE website far ahead of schedule, the roles and responsibilities are still being determined.
Here will be listed the backbone of SUISHARE, the people who are assisting with the running of SUISHARE, visiting AGM’s, analysing publications etc. Not all of our valued helpers necessary want the exposure on the website.
These pages will be updated as soon as the majority of the advisory board – who work in Industries (primarily Law, Finance, Insurance & Pharma) receive the all clear from those companies to officially take on a role on the SUISHARE Advisory Board.
Due to the decision to launch the site ahead of schedule, but appropriately after the disturbing Credit Suisse AGM of 28 April, we still need to decide on who will be the official face to the public of SUISHARE
Find out more about the benefits of becoming a Subscriber of SUISHARE here
Without the support of major sponsors and our arrangements with supporter organisations, SUISHARE would not be able to offer the range and depth of member services it is building. Please visit our Sponsor – Donations page.
This page will be fully updated around the end May 2017
A little over a year ago we lost a friend and early supporter of SUISHARE. Christoph was a brilliant financial mind and was always ready with the right advice and guidance.
Christoph was involved with creating and implementing investment solutions for more than 24 years. He started his career off with a thesis on the Japanese capital markets (Japanische Options- und Wandelanleihen: eine Untersuchung der japanischen Unternehmensfinanzierung mit langfristigen Wertschriften, insbesondere der Wandel- und Optionsanleihe)
He then managed Swiss Franc-based balanced and specialised mandates and acted as risk management adviser for UBS, where he engineered structured products. For the next 11 years he worked for the institutional business at Lombard Odier, and then spent years as head of the Swiss team. In 2006 he joined InCentive Asset Management, found his passion for gold, and in 2007 launched the GoldCentive Fund. In 2014 he joined Swiss Rock Asset Management AG in Zürich as a partner where he managed the Swiss Rock Gold fund, successor of the GoldCentive Fund.
Shortly before his passing he had gained world renown as he controlled the turbulence of the volitility in gold investments and had consistently managed to curb losses in the sector better than any of his dedicated sector specialist peers.
We are richer for having known him.