Sandro Grimm

Head of the Swiss Fixed Income Team, Senior Portfolio Manager

Sandro Grimm heads the Fixed Income Team for CHF bonds in Asset Management at Zürcher Kantonalbank. He has been a Fixed Income Portfolio Manager at Zürcher Kantonalbank since 2010. In his management role, he is responsible for the interest rate strategy and CHF strategy as well as their implementation. He manages two flagship funds:

Previously, Sandro Grimm spent two years as a market risk controller at Bank Vontobel.

Sandro Grimm completed his studies in chemical engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. He completed his training as a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) in 2012 and Financial Risk Manager (FRM) in 2011, and now also holds the CFA UK ESG Certificate and is a Certified Environmental, Social and Governance Analyst (CESGA).

Blog posts

Swiss government bonds - still too expensive?

Around a year and a half ago, we reported on the high prices of Swiss government bonds. Now we are taking the pulse of the market again and shedding light on possible alternatives.

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The growth of green bonds continues

We provide sustainable investors with clear classification of the universe of sustainable bonds to facilitate their investment decisions.

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Switzerland launches the first green Confederation bond

The Swiss Confederation's green bond sold like hot cakes. The issue proceeds are intended to promote the development of renewable energy, for example.

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CHF Bonds: Back on Stage

Bonds were avoided for a long time due to the low interest rate environment. Following the price losses since the beginning of the year, bonds are now being re-assessed. Fixed-income investments have become significantly more attractive and are "back on stage". What performance can we expect?

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Green bonds also sprout on Swiss soil

Green bonds are still relatively small in the domestic bond landscape. However, they are multiplying in size and quantity considerably.

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