Amos is the CIO & Head of Asset Management. He is the Chairman of the Investment Committee and the lead manager of our Short Term and Opportunity Funds. Prior to these roles, he spent over 7 years at BNP Paribas. He was responsible for global diversified management and derivative mandates, where he also managed all portfolios based on the CPPI methodology. He developed and co-managed two long/short equity funds, two fixed income funds and two currency funds.

Education: MSc in Economics and Finance (University of Fribourg), Postgraduate in Statistics (University of Neuchâtel), CFA Charter, 2004, CFA Institute (Charlottesville, Virginia, USA)


Erwan is the Chief Equity Strategist and is also responsible for the development and management of our quantitative strategies. He is Vice-President of the Investment Committee and lead manager of the Balanced, Equity and Opportunity Funds. He previously worked for 4 years at BNP Paribas. He was involved in the management of the CPPI product and, as part of the derivatives desk, developed and managed the flexible range of funds. Prior to this, he was part of the global arbitrage team at Dexia Asset Management in Paris for 2 years.

Education: MSc in Economics and Finance (University of Strasbourg), Certificate in Quantitative Finance (CQF, London 2010)

Thierry Weber

Thierry Weber is a member of the Board of Directors of 1618 Investment Funds and a member of the Investment Committee. Mr Weber spent the first years of his career at various banks in Düsseldorf and Paris. From 1971, he was a Manager at Banque de Neuflize, Schlumberger, Mallet. In 1979, Mr Weber joined Swiss-Kuwaiti Bank in Geneva as Deputy Manager of Wealth Management, Securities & Financial Operations, and was later appointed Managing Director. In 1993, he joined CBH Bank as Deputy General Manager in charge of the Investment Department. In 2006 Mr Weber was appointed to the Board of Directors of CBH Bank and served as its Chairman from 2009 to 2023.

Education: Financial Analyst and a Graduate of the University of Paris.