Being Eurizon

Being Eurizon means commitment and responsibility in investment management


We are proudly part of Eurizon Capital SGR (Eurizon), the asset management division of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group. For over 35 years, Eurizon has been offering a wide range of products and services to retail and institutional clients, differentiated by management philosophy, risk appetite and time horizon. With over €325bn in asset under management*, today Eurizon is active in 25 countries and can count on over two million customers worldwide.

* As at June 2020


Eurizon is built on the values of commitment and responsibility. A commitment to offer our clients outstanding service and innovative, customised investment solutions for the long term, and responsibility to build and maintain our clients’ trust through transparency of service, open dialogue and presence in difficult times.

“We tailor strategies and products that
evolve in step with the needs of our clients”

Massimo Mazzini,
global head of sales & marketing at Eurizon Capital

Investment strategies

During 35 years of activity, Eurizon has developed as a sound and flexible asset manager, managing over 1,000 investment products diversified by type, risk appetite and time horizon. With a truly active investment approach, Eurizon dynamically creates new, tailored solutions for distributors and institutional clients.


Benchmark-driven strategies

Bond and equity funds featuring an active management style, with the goal to outperform the chosen benchmark for a defined time horizon


Flexible multi-asset
and multi-strategies

These strategies feature diversification, active risk management and dynamic
management across asset class, investment instruments, geographic area and sector


Quantitative strategies

These strategies use sophisticated qualitative and quantitative proprietary models, that match the economic cycle and valuation statistics. These models may be used to determine the weight of each asset class or instrument within a portfolio and to select securities