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STELINVEST SA is an independent asset manager and multi-family office founded in 2004 in Chiasso (Switzerland) with the intent to offer an up-to-date financial advice, the search of the optimal solution and a significant added value to each individual client.

We have been authorised as portfolio manager by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) and is affiliated to the Swiss limited corporation for supervision (AOOS). We are also members of the Swiss Association of Asset Managers (VSV-ASG).

Our employees have a long experience in asset management and the knowledge to define highly customized solutions considering the risk appetite and the target of each individual client, focusing on the optimization of the asset management result. Our streamlined and transparent structure enables us to put the client at the center of our interest, so that we can focus exclusively on the preferences and needs of the individual, offering a wide range of global investment strategies focused on performance.

Over the years, STELINVEST SA, by enhancing its concept of private banking and adapting it to the numerous regulatory changes and the different needs of local and international clients, has been able to carve out an important role for itself in the Ticino financial sector. All this without losing sight of a concept very close to us: safeguarding clients’ assets and making them grow over time!

“The key factor that will determine your financial future is not the economoy; the key factor is your philosophy.”

Jim Rohn, American Businessman

Team

With a team of professionals with top-flight multidisciplinary experience, strong relationships with national and international partners, no conflicts of interest and a long-term track record. Over the years, STELINVEST SA has been able to increase its managed assets by creating a business model based on customized solutions with high added value that correspond to each client’s specific needs and risk profile.

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Services

STELINVEST offers customized financial consulting services whilst respecting the needs of each individual client in accordance with the regulations in force for independent asset managers. with the clear objective of ensuring asset growth and the well-being of our clients and their descendants over time.

Asset Management
Risk analysis
Family Office

Partners

STELINVEST SA maintains relations with leading Swiss and international banking institutions.

The company also makes use of a network of external specialists with proven experience who are able to assist clients in finding the optimal solution in tax, commercial and administrative matters.

“It is and immutable law in business that words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises but only performance is reality”

Harold Geneen, american businessman

News

February 2022 analysis

5 March 2022|

At the end of the month, financial markets were heavily impacted by the outbreak of war in Ukraine. While January was negative due to tighter monetary policies, February was impacted by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and all indices closed negatively. The financial markets, frightened by this event, began to deal with the sanctions imposed on the invader. Rising commodity prices and new supply bottlenecks are a serious threat to global economic recovery, all at a time when Covid 19 was coming out of two years. The Fear of global escalation, the threat of nuclear war, and media coverage facilitated [...]

January 2022 analysis

10 February 2022|

In the first month of the year we saw a wave of selles on all the global stock markets, with substantial drops in both the equity and bond markets. The prospect of tighter monetary policies, geopolitical uncertainties and high valuations pushed investors to take profits on a part of the profits recorded in the last year. This volatility has led to losses that have exceeded the levels observed during the most difficult phases of recent financial market history. Let's analyze the reasons for this nervousness. Concern about the rise in interest rates: in December, inflation in the United States [...]

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