Martin Spreng Joins Dominicé as Investor Relations Manager
Geneva, Friday, March 27, 2023 - Dominicé is pleased to announce that Martin Spreng has joined the company as Investor Relations Manager. Martin's appointment will strengthen the team's ability to serve clients and expand the company's investor base in Switzerland.
Interview with Michel Dominicé at IMMO23 about Dominicé's Real Estate Strategy
About our real estate strategy: "We have a medium-term growth strategy. We would like to grow the product to about 1 billion in assets. We are halfway there today and our strategy is to do periodic capital increases" says Michel Dominicé.
Towards a Return of Negative Interest Rates in Switzerland?
"In two to five years' time, interest rates will return to negative territory in Switzerland". Michel Dominicé gives us his opinion in Le Temps on the future of our monetary economy.
Dominicé integrates ESG ratings into its Equity Funds
Geneva, Switzerland – Dominicé is pleased to announce it has integrated ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) ratings into the quantitative stock selection process for the portfolios of the US and European equity funds.
DOMINICÉ AT AIM SUMMIT
Dominicé was pleased to take part at the Alternative Investment Management Summit Geneva yesterday. The event has gathered professionals from around the globe to discuss the latest trends in alternative investments, developments in politics and finance, as well as responsible and impact investing.
DOMINICÉ ATTENDS THE “100 WOMEN IN FINANCE” REAL ESTATE EVENT
Michel Dominicé attended the “100 Women in Finance” Real Estate Event, presenting his views on the current real estate market in Switzerland and evolving trends.
DOMINICÉ SHORTLISTED FOR THE HFM EUROPEAN HEDGE FUND PERFORMANCE AWARDS 2019
We are pleased to announce that Dominicé's volatility strategy has been nominated for the HFM European Hedge Fund Performance Awards 2019.
DOMINICÉ AT EUROPE EQD 2019 - THE PRIVATE VOLATILITY ROUNDTABLE
Dominicé was pleased to participate to The Private Volatility Roundtable at Europe EQD 2019, sharing views on volatility return, liquidity issues and opportunities in relative-value, dispersion and dividend trading.
GENEVA WM: TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE INDUSTRY
In this Citywire article, Michel Dominicé, Senior Partner, discusses how technological progress affects economic inequality and what are the consequences for the financial industry.
INVESTING IN AN INFLATIONARY ENVIRONMENT
While inflation was at record levels in all the major currencies during the 1970s, peaking at 12% in Switzerland in 1973, it has declined sharply since then. So much so that in the recent years Central Banks have been worried about both - deflationary threats as well as inflation.