Thomas Signer

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Thomas Signer born 1964, is an independent financial consultant, business school lecturer at SBS Swiss Business School, [1] investor and author. [2]

SBS Swiss Business School is a private business school located in Zurich, Switzerland with affiliated campuses in Latvia, Kazakhstan, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Argentina, India.

Signer spent a decade as an investment banker in New York City, London, Zurich and Tokyo first with Nomura Securities Co. and later with Morgan Stanley. In 1998 he founded SIGNER Management, [3] a financial consultancy. He also lectures in the MBA program of SBS Swiss Business School.

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References

  1. "Welcome to SBS". Sbs.edu. Retrieved 2012-05-09.
  2. "Amerika und das japanische Schicksal - Nachrichten Print - WELT AM SONNTAG - Finanzen - WELT ONLINE". Welt.de. 2011-02-27. Retrieved 2012-05-09.
  3. Mac Baertsch. "SIGNER Management". Signer.ch. Retrieved 2012-05-09.