Name: Marco Inderwildi
Position: Senior Asset Manager
With Kaiser Partner since: April 2018
How I most prefer to spend my leisure time: with my family
Favorite book: Bis ans Ende der Meere by Lukas Hartmann
Favorite dish: pizza
Early riser or night owl? Early riser.
What enthuses you the most about working for Kaiser Partner?
I really like the family-like atmosphere and flat hierarchies at Kaiser Partner. Employees at Kaiser Partner are encouraged and empowered to think and act entrepreneurially. We all pull together in the same direction and support each other in resolving issues and problems. Employees’ thoughts, objections and ideas are taken seriously and get factored into the team and bank management’s considerations. Kaiser Partner Privatbank’s modest size and its small teams allow me to strike a perfect compromise between working in a specialist role as an asset manager and taking on a wider area of responsibility.
What does your typical workday look like?
Although every day brings new tasks and challenges, here’s a rough overview of my daily routine: I start my workday by reading up on the most important news that occurred overnight. Afterwards I invest time in doing routine tasks that typically revolve around control checks, rebalancings, debit balances and payment orders in our asset management mandates. After that, everything resumes revolving around research and analyzing data. News from the realm of politics and economic indicators provide a good initial overview upon which to afterwards invest time in researching individual stocks and conferring with equity managers.
What tip do you have for investors?
Take a holistic view of your wealth and ask yourself questions like: Alongside the equity in my home, would I like to be additionally invested in real estate funds? As a jobholder in a specific industry, should I additionally invest heavily in stocks in the same sector? What besides fixed assets (e.g. home ownership, car, etc.) and sources of income (salary, performance bonuses, etc.) genuinely contributes to asset diversification?