DECALIA is a Swiss financial group which manages and advises private and institutional clients.
It offers efficient services adapted to a demanding clientele: Wealth management, Asset management, Private Markets advisory as well as value-added investment strategies available through the family of funds of DECALIA Sicav.
DECALIA targets a private clientele looking for personalised wealth management that generates consistent performance.
Based on the advanced techniques and rigorous processes of institutional asset management, our investment approach is clearly focused on risk control.
A human-sized management boutique, DECALIA naturally pays particular attention to the quality of service.
DECALIA has developed a range of strategies focused on several investment themes offering strong long-term prospects.
DECALIA has launched its own range of UCITS investment funds (DECALIA Sicav), registered in Switzerland and other European countries. For some specific strategies, we have also established partnerships with external asset managers.
DECALIA’s innovative and distinctive investment strategies are available through a range of UCITS investment funds (DECALIA Sicav), registered in Switzerland and in several European countries.
The DECALIA Luxembourg Sicav has its own dedicated website, providing all useful information regarding the investment funds.
DECALIA’s asset management team is made up of seasoned investment professionals, whose areas of expertise are very complementary.
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