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RHJ International SA
Avenue Louise 326
1050 Brussels (Belgium)

RHJ International

About us

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Our Business

RHJ International is a financial services group with principal activities in wealth management, asset management and merchant banking. Our wealth management operations are conducted through Kleinwort Benson and BHF: two independent and relationship-driven private banks, with a combined tier 1 capital ratio of 16.3% and €51 billion of assets under management as at 31 December 2013. RHJI’s asset management operations are carried out by Kleinwort Benson Investors and Frankfurt Trust. Kleinwort Benson Investors is a Dublin-based institutional asset manager that offers investors innovative and differentiated specialist strategies on both a segregated and unitised basis, while Frankfurt Trust specializes in European equities, multi assets and  fixed income . As at 30 June 2014, Kleinwort Benson Investors and Frankfurt Trust managed €7.5 billion and €16 billion of client assets, respectively. RHJI is listed on the Euronext Brussels, with the ticker symbol “RHJI”..


Wealth Management – Our vision

To be the trusted bank of choice for entrepreneurs, high and ultra-high net worth clients as they seek to create, conserve and grow their wealth.

To be delivered through

  • An integrated, relationship-driven approach, assessing our clients’ evolving financial situations, goals and risk appetites
  • Our strong heritage and established reputation in corporate advisory, private banking, investment management, fiduciary services and fund administration
  • A low risk business model, underpinned by a solid capital base and liquidity position


Asset Management – Our vision

To generate best-in-class investment performance for our clients

To be delivered through

  • Differentiated and innovative investment strategies
  • Being first to market with value-adding investment themes of the future
  • Specialist teams for each investment strategy 
  • Strong investment processes and risk controls


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