Last updated: 09:51 / Thursday, 5 September 2019
In Montevideo

Gabriela Laurutis and Germán Lieutier Join SunPartners

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  • Michel Genolet: "This move is in line with our growth plan for the next 2 years, which will include an expansion to North and Central America"
  • They used to work at Julius Baer Montevideo
  • Joined on September 2, 2019

Wealth Manager SunPartners based in Montevideo and Geneva, has recently hired a high performance Private Banker team, coming from Julius Baer Montevideo.  "This move is in line with our growth plan for the next 2 years, which will include an expansion to North and Central America" commented Michel Genolet, partner at the Advisory firm.  "Sun Partners is well established in Latin America, and the hiring has always been geared towards top producers who share our values, which include maintaining the highest standards of honesty, transparency and professionalism.  We are confident that this team will meet and exceed our expectations, which will ultimately add value to our firm" explained Genolet.

The new team, who joined SunPartners on September 2, 2019, includes Gabriela Laurutis and German Lieutier.

Gabriela Laurutis worked as a Financial Consultant at ABN AMRO during 8 years before joining Merrill Lynch in New York in 2000.  She moved to Montevideo in 2004 and following the 2013 merger, Gabriela became one of the most successful Financial Advisors at Julius Baer.  She holds a degree in Economics and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Cema University in Buenos Aires.

German Lieutier has been working closely with Gabriela Laurutis for the past 13 years at Merrill Lynch/ Julius Baer in Montevideo.  He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Masters degree in Finance form the Universidad de Montevideo.

Founded in 2012, SunPartners has $1.2 billion of assets under management.  The firms offers Wealth Management services to individuals and  families based in Latin America, or with stong interests in the region.  The firm employs around 30 individuals, including 10 advisors, and books through firms such as UBS, Pictet and Bolton Global Capital

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