Chairman of the atonra board since 5 March 2019
Jean-Sylvain Perrig is the founder of Premyss SA whose role is to help financial intermediaries by having an efficient, transparent and documented investment process which fosters risk-adjusted performance. Jean-Sylvain is the chairman of the board of the Swiss Financial Analysts Association (SFAA) which provides education to investment professional, he is the former CIO of Edmond de Rothschild Private Bank and Union Bancaire Privée (UBP). Jean-Sylvain holds a master's degree in economics from the University of Lausanne, and a Federal Diploma of Financial Analyst.
Alexandre (Sandy) Koifman
Vice-Chairman of the atonra board since 5 March 2019
Sandy Koifman co-founded Efficient Frontier Investing SA, in November 2018. Sandy formerly founded Bedrock SA, an independent wealth management company in Geneva. He was a Senior Investment Consultant with IRR Capital. Prior to that, Sandy was General Manager of the Republic National Bank of New York, Treasurer of Safra Republic Holdings, Chairman and CEO of the Republic Group's fund management arm and member of Executive, Credit and Treasury Committees. Sandy holds several board seats, leveraging his wealth of experience in finance.
Dr. Jonas Richiardi
Member of the atonra board since 5 March 2019.
Dr Jonas Richiardi has been working in technology R&D for more than 15 years, with a focus on machine learning and artificial intelligence. After earning his MPhil from Cambridge, UK and his PhD from EPFL, Switzerland, he spent two years at Stanford as a Marie Curie Fellow. He co-founded the engineering consultancy PatternLab in Switzerland in 2007, which focuses on applied machine learning for international customers, and is currently working as a clinical research lead at the Lausanne University Hospital, developing AI solutions for radiology.
Member of the atonra board since 5 March 2019
Self-taught Stefano Rodella began his career in finance in 1990 as a trader of various products such as foreign exchange, commodities, interest rates and options with companies such as Marshall, Cargill and Lloyds Bank in Geneva. In 1998, Stefano pivoted to equity research, working as a sales specialist on U.S. and Canadian equities in technology, biotechnology and energy, at National Bank Financial, Dain Rauscher Wessels and SG Cowen in Paris, London and Geneva.