A little over a week ago, on Friday October 1st at 7h30, Sophie Lavaud and her team reached the peak of the Dhaulagiri, at an altitude of 8167 meters.
“We found an impressive amount of snow, and the progression was very difficult. A big thanks to the head team for leading us, and especially to Tenjing Sherpa who opened the corridor to the summit….a summit that will go down in the annals!” Sophie
What a fantastic achievement, and what a great lesson in courage and endurance that Sophie has delivered.
Besides welcoming the great athletic performance, our team is proud to support such a wonderful project, which will without a doubt open the path for us to some new horizons!
Well done Sophie! And Thank you !
In the lastest issue of the publication FOCUS, which is a regular special supplement of the newspapers Tribune de Genève and 24 Heures, Sept Finance got the opportunity to comment on how its internal organization is positioned in view of the upcoming regulatory changes, as well as on its business model it proposes to independent asset managers who may be interested in joining the Company.
The following is the link to the article:
Today, women are being celebrated across the world. What could be a better way to do that than by introducing Sophie Lavaud whom we are sponsoring this year!
Sophie has already honoured the female gender by being the first Swiss woman to climb K2 in 2018 and the first Swiss and French woman to reach the summit of Annapurna I and Kangchenjunga. She has over time become a somewhat extraordinary collector: to have reached all peaks that reach above 8’000 meters!
Her target for this year? To complete her “collection” and climb the last four summits of the highest mountains in the world.
For her, an athletic achievement is not the only goal. Alongside each of her expeditions, she undertakes humanitarian actions for Terre des Homme, an organization for which she has been an ambassador since 2019.
Her next expedition, called “Women who Dare”, will be at the Dhaulagiri. Most of the participants will be women, and the event will support the project “Prayaas” in Nepal, which works to improve chances of survival for pregnant women and newborn children through better education and training of midwives in rural areas.
To most of us, the names Annapurna, Everest, or K2 evoke strong emotions. We have all seen reports or documentaries depicting the scaling of these famous mountains of the Himalayas.
It is quite another thing however, to imagine actually climbing them some day.
And that is precisely what Sophie Lavaud did. She is an accomplished Alpine and Himalayan mountaineer who we at Sept Finance now have the honour to sponsor and accompany in a special challenge she has taken up for 2021: to climb four peaks of more than 8’000 meters (of which she has already reached ten), and thus to join the only 43 men and women in the world who have succeeded in that endeavour.
We are very pleased to have the privilege to live this adventure with Sophie Lavaud, and we wish her that this year will bring her the excitement of accomplishing that great challenge with success.
The latest issue of Citywire Switzerland has a brief summary of what our portfolio managers expect for the year 2020:
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Citywire’s June magazine supplement on emerging markets contains a comment with our view.
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The (professionals!) resolutions as chosen for 2019 by Sept Finance.
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Citywire 2019 resolutions