Credit Suisse Asset Management and founders of ETH’s signing a joint venture to establish Systematic Investment Management AG


Credit Suisse Asset Management Switzerland and the founders of a Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) spin-off company have announced the formation of the joint venture Systematic Investment Management AG (SIMAG).

SIMAG will provide proprietary quantitative investment solutions to institutional investors using the latest scientific research from the fields of physics, complex self-organizing systems, deep learning, and behavioral finance.

Lenz & Staehelin advised Credit Suisse Asset Management in this transaction. The team was led by partner Tino Gaberthüel (Corporate and M&A, in picture) and included counsels Franziska Stadtherr-Glättli (Tax) and Alexander Greter (Banking, Regulatory) as well as associates Simone Ehrsam and Lukas Held (both Corporate and M&A) and Phelan Brüderlin (IP, TMT).

Involved fees earner: Tino Gaberthüel – Lenz & Staehelin; Simone Ehrsam – Lenz & Staehelin; Lukas Held – Lenz & Staehelin; Franziska Stadtherr-Glättli – Lenz & Staehelin; Alexander Greter – Lenz & Staehelin; Phelan Brüderlin – Lenz & Staehelin;

Law Firms: Lenz & Staehelin;

Clients: Credit Suisse Asset Management;

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