GMG appoints Belal Khan as Chief Investment Officer
19 July 2021
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Belal Khan will join GMG as Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of the group as of July 19, 2021.
Belal joins GMG after having spent the past 15 years at HSBC Private Bank Switzerland. During his tenure as Chief Investment Officer of Private Banking and Wealth Management in Switzerland (2016–2021), he was responsible for helping formulate the global macroeconomic outlook, investment strategies, and investment themes across asset classes.
Belal will continue to use his expertise at GMG, where he will oversee the group’s investments and strategy implementation following the company’s latest FINMA license extension into private equity and real estate.
Commenting on the new appointment, GMG’s CEO Mathieu Saint-Cyr said:
“We’re excited to welcome Belal to our team, where his rich experience in the banking industry will support the group’s upward trajectory and continuous growth as an asset manager and multi-family office. Belal’s departure from the banking sector is a testament to GMG’s appeal and performance enjoyed by our clients. GMG has undergone an impressive transformation over the past two years, thanks in part to the quality and talent of our expanding team. We’re grateful that Belal now joins us as we enter into a new period of growth and opportunity for the company.”
GMG is an award-winning Asset Manager and Multi-Family Office headquartered in Switzerland since 2000. With more than 20 years of experience, GMG provides a best-in-class service tailored to meet the dynamic and changing needs of individuals, families, intermediaries, institutions, and corporations around the globe through high-quality, fully regulated financial products and services.