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Reyl & Co recruits Goldman Sachs managing director to head new UK-based structured finance business
13/02/2018 , News Team

Reyl & Co., a Geneva-based private bank with around CHF 15 billion of client assets under management, has recruited Ante Razmilovic to head its new UK-based structured finance business, a component of its corporate advisory and structuring business offering. 

Mr Razmilovic joins Reyl from Goldman Sachs where he was a managing director. He has spent around 25 years focusing on structured and secured finance initially at Credit Suisse then at J.P Morgan.
“Our clients’ needs go far beyond the scope of traditional wealth management services,” said Christian Fringhian, a Reyl partner and co-head of corporate advisory and structuring. “We are excited to broaden Reyl’s offering through our new structured finance business which aims to provide funding solutions when traditional capital markets are not available, prohibitively expensive or overly cumbersome. This comes in addition to M&A advisory, restructuring, private debt and private equity services that we already offer to our clients.”
Reyl’s corporate advisory and structuring business offering a full range of independent financial advice and solutions to business owners and shareholders in helping them create long term sustainable value. As an independent financial adviser, Reyl structures and executes bespoke transactions for large corporations, family businesses, financial institutions, and private equity funds.
Founded in 1973, the Reyl Group has offices in Switzerland (Geneva, Zurich, Lugano), Europe (London, Luxembourg, Malta) and the rest of the world (Singapore, Dallas and Dubai). 

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