Tiedemann Advisors Speaker Series
from a European Perspective
with Michael O'Sullivan, Former CIO of Credit Suisse International Wealth Management Division and Robert Weeber, CEO of Tiedemann Constantia
Former CIO of Credit Suisse International Wealth Management Division
Author of The Levelling
Michael O'Sullivan has twenty years experience in global financial markets, most recently as Chief Investment Officer in the International Wealth Management Division of Credit Suisse, where he worked for twelve years. In addition to working in investment management, he was the lead contributor to Credit Suisse’s think tank, the CS Research Institute.
He is also the author of ‘The Levelling’, which outlines what’s next in politics, economics, finance and geopolitics in the post globalization era.
He studied in Cork and received MPhil and DPhil degrees at Balliol College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He has taught finance and economics at Oxford and Princeton.
He was an independent member of Ireland’s National Economic Social Council from 2011 to 2016, has is the author of a number of books and has contributed to journals like Foreign Affairs, the Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal in addition to being a regular guest on CNN, BBC, CNBC and Bloomberg.
Check out Michael O'Sullivan's book, The Levelling.
An analysis of the transition in world economics, finance, and power as the era of globalization ends and gives way to new power centers and institutions.
CEO, Tiedemann Constantia
As Chief Executive and Chairman, Robert works closely with existing and prospective clients and leads the strategic direction and development of the Firm.
Prior to founding Constantia Partners AG, he held various roles within the wealth management industry, including five years at Credit Suisse in Zürich, where he was Head of UK International Ultra-High-Net-Worth Group and Head of UK Client Management. In this capacity, he and his team directly managed over $7 billion USD of client assets. Prior to this, Robert spent seven years in JPMorgan’s Global Investment Opportunities Group in London, identifying opportunistic investment ideas for the firm’s largest and most sophisticated global family offices. Robert has assisted policymakers at the United Nations with forecasting the impact of new technologies on developing countries.
He is a regular speaker at industry events and a visiting lecturer at the University of Brighton, where he holds a First Class Honors Degree in business management. He received a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD in Paris. A dual British and South African national, Robert lives in Zürich.