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Hugo Fund Services

Your single point of contact for compliant marketing of foreign funds to Swiss qualified investors 

By appointing Hugo Fund Services as your fund representative in Switzerland, you will be able to actively market your funds directly to qualified investors with limited restrictions. We will also assist you in approaching the Swiss market and help you navigate the distribution possibilities in Switzerland.

 

Following the Joint Venture with ACOLIN in January of 2018, Hugo Fund Services has the ability to offer representation services for retail distribution in Switzerland as well as global distribution services. The newly combined group becomes Switzerland's largest independent provider of representation services spanning the entire fund universe.

 

ACOLIN Fund Services

A one-stop shop for cross-border fund distribution.

ACOLIN is a specialist service provider in the distribution of mutual funds (UCITS), and has over the past decade developed an innovative service enabling asset managers to optimally access investors by delegating parts of the required regulatory and operational distribution infrastructure management. Services include Swiss legal representation for public distribution, European notification services, data dissemination services, global distribution network management and tied agent services.

Hugo Fund Services Contact

Hugo Fund Services SA
6 Cours de Rive
1204 Geneva - Switzerland
Tel: +41 22 707 41 60
Fax: +41 22 707 41 85
info@hugofunds.ch

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