HONG KONG: Aris PrimePartners Asset Management (APAM), which is based in Singapore, is the latest member of Global Alliance Partners (GAP) and was officially introduced to the alliance network during the successfully concluded GAP Investment Conference in Sydney, Australia last month.
GAP Chairman, Mr. Bernard Pouliot expressed delight to have APAM join the alliance network. “Its CEO, Mr. Giuseppe Giammarino brings to GAP a wealth of knowledge about running family offices and can be of great assistance to each of our members who deal regularly with High-Net-Worth individuals and who may need help in structuring their wealth,” he said.
“APAM fulfills that role and makes available tools and products to GAP members that were not available before. GAP members can now offer full service to both corporates and individuals,” Mr. Pouliot added.
According to Mr. Giuseppe Giammarino, “When I saw the boundless opportunity in Asia several years back, I decided to establish Aris PrimePartners Asset Management Pte Ltd in Singapore in January 2011 based on the traditional Swiss Asset Management paradigm.”
PPAM meanwhile, was the fund management arm of PrimePartners Group (PPG), which was set up in 1994 by former Morgan Grenfell senior executives that included APAM’s chairman, Mr. Teo Ek Tor, in order to meet the financial needs of both Asia-based entrepreneurs and foreign business aiming to grow in Asia.
APAM is the harmonious result of a joint venture between Aris GSK Solutions Pte Ltd (Aris) and PrimePartners Group.
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Aris PrimePartners Asset Management believes its blend of independent asset, wealth and fund management services can help families in Asia and Europe fulfil their objectives to expand into each others region to access various investment opportunities.
For Giuseppe Giammarino and Quek Peck Lim, merging PrimePartners Group’s asset management business with Aris GSK Solutions’ Swiss-styled independent wealth advice was a logical move for the firms and its clients alike.
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