Edith Aldewereld, born in 1974, joined Sonnenberg Wealth Management as a partner in July 2015.
Over the last 20 years she has built extensive knowledge in asset management and international private banking. At Sonnenberg she was the driving force behind the development of a sustainable investment portfolio. This project, which was labelled “Moving Money to Meaning”, is her passion and combines her personal values and mission with her working experience.
In addition to her work at Sonnenberg, she is co-teaching the course Sustainable Investments in Wealth Management at the University of Zurich. Moreover, she has also set up the network "Woman in Sustainable Finance" in Zurich, which aims at raising awareness of sustainable investment opportunities, supporting gender equality in the financial sector, and creating synergies through cooperation. She is also co-founder of the charity War Child Support Switzerland, which supports War Child in the Netherlands through fundraising.
From 2001 to 2015, Mrs. Aldewereld served in various positions in asset management and private banking at ABN AMRO Bank (Switzerland) and later at Union Bancaire Privée (UBP Ltd.) in Zurich. As a senior portfolio manager in the discretionary portfolio management department, she was responsible for several investment committees as well as for the customized management of the portfolios of UHNWI clients. She also took care of the strategical development and tactical implementation of the DPM sales strategy and the retention and acquisition of clients worldwide. After her move to private banking in the year 2007, she worked as a senior relationship manager focusing on the UK and the Netherlands. She retained this position even after ABN AMRO Bank (Switzerland) was taken over by UBP Ltd. in the year 2011.
From 1996 to 2001 she worked as an investment advisor private banking at the ING Bank in the Netherlands.
Mrs. Aldewereld studied commercial economics at the School of Business Administration and Economics in Venlo and has earned a degree as Certified European Financial Analyst (CEFA) at the VU University in Amsterdam.
She is fluent in Dutch, German and English and also speaks French and Italian.