Wealth management

Dasym focuses on providing wealth management services to a select group of clients. We believe in combining our expertise in finance and geopolitics to make informed investment decisions for our clients. By using data-driven strategies, our professionals are able to create investment portfolios that align with our clients' goals and risk tolerance. In order to design investment portfolios with the desired risk-return profile, we utilize various asset classes like equity, fixed income, alternatives and private equity.

Transparency is a key value for us, and we seek to build long-lasting relationships with our clients based on trust and mutual success. This means that we are committed to open communication with our clients, keeping them informed about the performance of their investments and any scenarios that could impact their portfolios.

Our personalized approach means that each client's portfolio is tailored to their unique needs and objectives. This allows us to offer attention and support, ensuring that our clients are comfortable with their investments and understand the reasoning behind our strategies.

Overall, our commitment to personalized service, expertise in investments, markets and geopolitics, and focus on transparency make us a reliable and trustworthy partner for clients looking to manage their wealth effectively.
Strong relationships are the foundation of our success. By turning integrity into the cornerstone of our relationships with our clients, we become trusted partners and help them to achieve their financial goals.

— Yentl Blom, Co-Chief Investment Officer

Investing under uncertainty

The acceleration of various types of change that we have long been observing has compelled us to heed even the most seemingly improbable extreme scenarios. Firstly, we have seen a turning point in monetary and fiscal policies, after a period of low inflation, low interest rates, and rising government spending. Secondly, in response to a new reality based on climate change and national security issues, more extreme governments interventions have become likely. Thirdly, financial markets are grappling with a new battle between values, forcing investors to pay attention to human motivations beyond reason or desire. Values like sovereignty and sustainability, for instance, are taking priority over economic rationality. Lastly, a new world order is taking shape, causing a desynchronization between the developments in Western countries and emerging countries across the globe. Increasingly, emerging countries are shaping their own destiny by building new political, economic and financial architectures. Given the acceleration of these four patterns of change, we must take extreme scenarios seriously and adjust our investment strategies accordingly.