Geneva adviser names new CIO

October 02, 2018 - 0 min read


Geneva-based adviser PLEION SA has hired Benoît Derwael as its new CIO, the firm has announced.

Derwael will lead a team of six people covering the firm’s investment universe. He started in the role on 1 October 2018.

Derwael previously worked at Pentagram as a senior portfolio manager for more than five years. Prior to that, he was an investment adviser at Julius Baer and a senior portfolio manager at ING.

PLEION CEO Patrick Héritier said: “The world is changing faster than ever. With Benoît Derwael we have an experienced and dedicated CIO that will help to develop client-focused strategies based on his experience.”


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