International investment management and financial advisory firm, Genii Capital, has opened a new office in Geneva as part of its plans to expand its global network of business activities.
The new office is to be headed up by Christian Frampton, who has 20 years’ experience in Switzerland working in private banking, asset management and financial services.
The office will focus predominantly on providing services to existing Genii Capital projects making use of the city’s reputation as a leading financial centre for asset management and for being a market place for oil and gas trading to explore for new business opportunities.
On taking up his new position, Frampton said, “Geneva is a natural fit for Genii Capital and I am looking forward to developing our presence here as we continue to build on our reputation as a leading investment management and financial advisory firm. The launch of this office is a part of Genii Capital’s natural evolution and will enable us to consolidate our current activities in real estate, automotive, technology and energy, whilst providing exciting, new business prospects that correspond with our entrepreneurial philosophy.”
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