Former UBS manager to head Go Beyond Switzerland


Aino Hacklin has been named to fill the new position of General Manager Switzerland. The position was created to provide management and support to the investor groups and events in Zurich, Basel and Suisse Romande as well as to manage local deal sourcing, business development and strategic partnerships.


Go Beyond Investing enables individuals to access angel investing as an asset class through its unique deal platform, portfolio tools, training and certified lead angels. “We are delighted to be welcoming Aino on board as a key member of our management team. She brings an enormous amount of experience in the wealth management and broader financial services sectors. In addition, her broad European market knowledge will be important for us as we grow our company beyond the core Swiss market.” commented Go Beyond CEO Christopher Rolfe.  

Dr. Hacklin brings 10+ years experience in the Wealth and Asset Management industry, most recently as Director, Wealth Management, Strategy and Business Development in Europe and Emerging Markets for UBS. Her familiarity with private equity and emerging trends in addition to her experience as a business angel will help Go Beyond strengthen and expand their Swiss market positioning.  Dr. Hacklin holds a Masters degree in Economics and Business Administration from Turku School of Economics in Finland and a PhD in Technology Management and Entrepreneurship from ETH Zurich.

About Go Beyond
Go Beyond Investing is a leading European FinTech company transforming angel investing into a new scalable asset class for small and large, novice to experienced investors. The company offers a unique deal platform, portfolio tools, syndication/pooling, due diligence, investment monitoring services, training and certified deal leaders across technology, industrial, consumer, internet & mobile and impact sectors. Go Beyond is headquarted in Zurich and has a presence in Basel, Brussels, Florida, Lausanne, Madrid, Malta, Munich, and Paris.

(Press release)