Company profile

Who are we

Situated at the heart of Western Europe, Switzerland prides itself on being the perfect location in Europe for doing business and also as a highly desirable place to live. Switzerland has enjoyed 700 years of direct democracy, political stability and high living standards. Moreover, the economy is characterised by the Swiss culture of excellence and discretion.

Switzerland recently topped the overall ranking in The Global Competitiveness Report 2011, released by the World Economic Forum.

Switzerland is known worldwide for its outstanding tradition of private wealth management, dating back several centuries, with Geneva as its epicentre. The ongoing pursuit of excellence in other fields has resulted, among other things, in the founding of prestigious schools that have come to enjoy worldwide renown, as well as cutting-edge medical facilities and treatment.

Against this same backdrop, R&S Associates is dedicated to offering the “best-in-class” services to its clients. R&S Associates is a Swiss corporation, based in Geneva, with an international reach.

The core business of the company is to offer “tailor-made” Family Office services to our clients.

Our lengthy experience, coupled with our extensive network, enables us to offer exclusive services to our clients.

Irina Rentsch

Managing Director

Alexander V. Grishin

Managing Director Russia

Marina Carmona

Client Relationship Manager

Kim Wong

Client Relationship Manager

Marino Ricci

Chief Financial Officer, Chartered Accountant

Andrea Rusca

Attorney-at-law (Genève & New York)

Tatyana Proskurnya


Antonina Semenova

Russian Lawyer, MOSCOU RUSSIA

Tatiana Vogt


The Anti-Money Laundering Act states that financial intermediaries can become members of a self-regulatory organization (“SRO”) under civil law as a way of ensuring compliance with due diligence requirements. This is an alternative to direct supervision by Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (“FINMA”).

OARG is a self-regulatory organization of Asset Managers that Contributes actively in the fight against money laundering (with regard to article 305 b of the Swiss Civil Code).

OARG fulfils the tasks and obligations of a SRO as defined in the Swiss Anti Money Laundering Act (“AMLA”) published on October 17th, 1997.

OARG main activities:

  • Control compliance of its members to required practices as detailed in the AMLA;
  • Inform its members about news related to fight against money laundering;
  • Develop and give appropriate training to its members;
  • Contribute to the evolution of regulations related to the AMLA.