The word Plurimi is derived from Latin origin Plu / ri / mi = of most value

Plurimi is a wealth and investment manager company offering objective and impartial advice to wealthy individuals, families, entrepreneurs, charities and institutions from around the world. Being independent means we offer an open architecture platform and are not tied to any single institution's products or services.

Our services are designed to help protect and grow wealth by determining the optimal structure to hold and custody assets through a broad range of financial solutions across global markets.

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Wealth Management

Our wealth management team provide trusted advice that is based upon understanding the specific needs of our clients. 

Our responsiveness, passion and unbiased objectivity ensures our interests are aligned with those of our clients.



Investment Management & Consulting

Plurimi Investment & Consulting is an award-winning investment manager with a distinguished track record. PI&C seeks to maximize risk-adjusted returns by employing discretionary top-down asset allocation and bottom-up risk management.

Plurimi Structured Solutions

Plurimi Structured Solutions specialise in distributing bespoke structured products to a diverse client base across multiple regions. Using our deep industry experience across all asset classes, and our passion for developing both strong and trusted client relationships, we can offer a wide and innovative range of solutions to meet investors’ needs.

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Patrick Armstrong, Plurimi CIO discussing the ECB, Earnings season and the types of equities we are buying. 'Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition' Full Show
12.07.2021

Patrick Armstrong, Plurimi CIO discussing the ECB, Earnings season and the types of equities we are buying. 'Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition' Full Show

Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition, live from London, Berlin and New York. Francine Lacqua, Matt Miller, and Kailey Leinz deliver the latest news and analysis on the markets with leaders in global finance and economics. European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde tells investors to prepare for new guidance on monetary stimulus in 10 days, and signals that fresh measures might be brought in next year. Steen Jakobsen, CIO at Saxo Bank, expects bond yields to keep moving higher in the near term as he sees further fiscal impulses in Europe. Alexander Stubb, Former Prime Minister of Finland, discusses the global tax deal endorsed by the Group of 20 and the domestic political obstacles that remain. View