Integral philosophy

We bring people and money into harmony with each other

When developing your personal investment solution, we consider all your assets as a whole and make sure they all work together perfectly.

What you can expect from
our integral asset management

Holistic analysis

In taking a holistic view of your personal situation, we also take into account pension, family and tax law aspects. We then use them to develop your investment solution.

Your own client relationship manager

Each client is assigned a client relationship manager for all financial matters. We believe continuity in a relationship is very important.

Added value – proactive and straightforward

We see ourselves as a proactive and straightforward partner for our clients. Always with the goal in mind tof creating clear added value and taking the pressure off the client.

Focused on the long term

By analysing and aligning all your assets, we work out how best to achieve long-term value for you and make it a reality.

«We always try to put ourselves in our clients’ shoes. At the same time, we arrive at our own independent opinion on the financial markets and align our investment strategy with it.»

Christof Reichmuth

partner with unlimited liability

Regular reporting

As part of the integral analysis of our clients’ specific circumstances, we prepare a consolidated overview of all assets (real estate, portfolios, direct investments, pension plans, etc.) at Reichmuth & Co and outside. This overview is used to develop the strategic focus of our clients’ assets and forms an important part of regular reporting and monitoring.

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