Felix Zulauf

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Felix W. Zulauf
Felix Walter Zulauf

1950 (age 72–73)
  • Hedge fund manager
  • banking executive
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Felix W. Zulauf (born 1950) is a Swiss hedge fund manager and former banking executive who founded Zulauf Asset Management, a Zug, Switzerland-based hedge fund founded in 1990 with over $1.7 billion in assets under management according to MacroAxis.[1][2] Zulauf has been a regular member of the Barron's Roundtable for almost 30 years.[3] More recently, Zulauf formed Vicenda Multi Opportunities Fund with his son Roman Zulauf, in May 2014.


Zulauf started his investment career as a trader for Swiss Bank, then training in research and portfolio management in New York, Zurich and in Paris.[4] He joined Union Bank of Switzerland in 1977, ultimately becoming the head of the institutional portfolio management unit and global strategist for the UBS Group.

Climate Change

In June 2022, the magazine "the market" published a text by Zulauf, in which he questions man-made climate change, saying the scientific evidence is not given.


  1. ^ Rublin, Lauren R. "New Strategies for a New Era". www.wsj.com. Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Zulauf Asset Management AG". Macroaxis. Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  3. ^ Forsyth, Randall W. "Market Vet Predicts the Next Decade Will Be Awful for the 60/40 Portfolio. How to Invest". www.barrons.com. Retrieved 12 August 2023.
  4. ^ Riholtz.com, 2 August 2010, Retrieved 21 March 2014

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