Mediobanca boosts RAM
March 7, 2018

Italian financial group Mediobanca has acquired a 69 percent stake in the share capital of RAM Active Investments (RAM AI), a European systematic asset manager, after receiving the requisite clearances from prudential authorities.

The founding partners of RAM AI, Thomas de Saint-Seine, Maxime Botti and Emmanuel Hauptmann, will retain significant stakes in the company and will remain committed to its development for a minimum period of ten years. Each partner will also reinvest a meaningful part of their proceeds in RAM AI's funds. The historical shareholder and institutional investor of RAM AI, the REYL Group, will retain a 7.5 percent stake in the company and will continue to operate as a key partner and anchor investor in the company's products.

Mediobanca says the deal is central to its strategy of continuing to grow in Asset Management and is the fourth acquisition to be completed in this area in the past two years.





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Italian financial group Mediobanca has acquired a 69 percent stake in the share capital of RAM Active Investments (RAM AI), a European systematic asset manager, after receiving the requisite clearances from prudential authorities.

The founding partners of RAM AI, Thomas de Saint-Seine, Maxime Botti and Emmanuel Hauptmann, will retain significant stakes in the company and will remain committed to its development for a minimum period of ten years. Each partner will also reinvest a meaningful part of their proceeds in RAM AI's funds. The historical shareholder and institutional investor of RAM AI, the REYL Group, will retain a 7.5 percent stake in the company and will continue to operate as a key partner and anchor investor in the company's products.

Mediobanca says the deal is central to its strategy of continuing to grow in Asset Management and is the fourth acquisition to be completed in this area in the past two years.



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