Banque Richelieu Monaco strengthens its asset management team and announces the appointment of 5 new portfolio managers. Their solid experience will help consolidate the bank’s expansion momentum, which now counts 95 employees.
Claude Camin, 43, has nearly 20 years of experience as Analyst-Portfolio manager. He began his career as a Quantitative Analyst at UFG IM and then at Axa IM (2005-2007). He later joined Dexia CIB in Brussels as a Credit Trader (2007-2009), Groupama AM as a Trader specialized in interest rates, convertible bonds, and derivatives (2009-2011). He continued his career as Analyst-Portfolio manager, first at Ellipsis AM (Exane Group, 2011-2017), and then at Compagnie Monegasque de Banque (2017-2019). Before joining Banque Richelieu Monaco, he held the position of Senior Advisor at UBS Wealth Management in Monaco since 2019.
Claude holds a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Social Sciences (MASS) and a DEA MASE (Applied Mathematics in Economic Sciences) from the University of Paris Dauphine-PSL.
Philippe Wenden, 43, has over 18 years of experience in asset management and a deep understanding of complex financial instruments. He started his career in London at BNP Paribas, first as a Bond Analyst (2005-2006), then as a Structurer of ABS and secured bonds (2006-2008), and Associate for institutional and British financial institutions (2008-2010). He later joined Lloyds Banking Group as a Senior Associate for institutional and European financial institutions (2010-2011), and then as an Associate Director in the Debt Capital Market department (2011-2013). In 2014, he left London to settle in Monaco and worked as a private banker at J. Safra Sarasin. Before joining Banque Richelieu Monaco, he held the position of Senior Portfolio Manager specializing in credit at CMB Monaco since 2014.
Philippe holds a Master’s degree in Management from SKEMA Business School and a specialized Master’s degree in financial techniques from ESSEC Business School.
Costanza Corneri, 38, has 15 years of experience in portfolio management. She began her career in asset management in Paris in 2008 at Morgan Stanley Properties as Real estate fund manager mainly invested in France and Benelux. In 2009, she moved to Monaco and joined the Swiss fintech company Leonteq Securities (formerly EFG Financial Products), where she specialized in structured product sales. Before joining Banque Richelieu Monaco, she worked as a Portfolio Manager at the 2PM Monaco (Personalized Portfolio Management) management firm since 2012. Costanza holds a Master’s degree in Management from ESCP Business School, a Master of Science (MSc Finance) recognized in the United Kingdom, and a specialized Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Economics in Turin, Italy.
Christopher Poli, 37, has 15 years of experience and began his career in KBL Monaco Private Bankers’ investment/advisory team (2009-2015). He later joined the management firm Nemesis SAM Monaco as an Analyst (2016-2017), and then Moneikos S.A.M as Investment Advisor (2017-2020). Before joining Banque Richelieu Monaco, he was Portfolio Manager at CFM Indosuez Wealth Management since 2020.
Christopher holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Master’s degree in Finance, specializing in International Wealth Management, from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis.
Andreas Spiga, 30, began his career in Monaco as a Discretionary Portfolio Assistant Manager in Société Générale Private Banking’s Wealth Management Solutions team (2019-2020). Before joining Banque Richelieu Monaco, he worked as an Investment Advisor at Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) since 2020.
Andreas holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Social Sciences, as well as a Master’s degree in Banking and International Finance from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis.
“Banque Richelieu Monaco has experienced exponential growth for over 5 years: the number of our employees has doubled, and our assets under management are significantly increasing. Our core business is asset management for wealthy international clients. That’s why we are delighted to welcome these five talented portfolio managers to our asset management team. Our ambition in Monaco is clear: we want to demonstrate that Banque Richelieu Monaco is now one of the key players in the Principality,” comment Thomas Lhuillier, CEO of Banque Richelieu Monaco, and Nicolas Rajner, Chief Investment Officer.