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Analysen 18.10.2019

China-US Trade Deal: Positive in the Near Term

On October 11, China and the US have agreed to work towards a partial trade deal. US President Donald Trump called it ‘Phase One’, with subsequent phases to deal with broader and fundamental issues.

UBP in der Presse 17.10.2019

A pragmatic approach to the carbon-reduction effort

The Good Investment Review (10.2019) - The very different roles of Emerging and Developed markets

Analysen 16.10.2019

Demographics: a broad and long- term opportunity set

Secular trends encompass thematic opportunities with the potential to have a material effect on the world and financial landscapes with long-term and lasting effects.

Corporate 15.10.2019

UBP partners with the Building Bridges Summit

Where Finance & SDGs connect
Pressemitteilungen 14.10.2019

Neue Long/Short Equity-Strategie mit Fokus Technologie

Union Bancaire Privée, UBP SA («UBP») legt eine neue, auf die Technologie im weiten Sinne fokussierte Strategie auf, die in Zusammenarbeit mit Shannon River Capital Management, LLC («Shannon River»), einer Investmentgesellschaft mit Sitz in New York, entwickelt wurde.

Analysen 14.10.2019

Convertible bonds add convexity to your portfolio

Amid volatile markets and concerns over the global economic outlook, how can investors mitigate the risk of capital loss while keeping the door open to capital gains? The answer lies in convertible bonds strategies, given the specific risk-return profile of this asset class.


Corporate 15.07.2019

UBP enters the world of cricket

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) is pleased to partner with the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the forthcoming Cricket World Cup 2019.

Analysen 25.07.2019

Navigating wealth succession in Asian families

Wealth succession is complex, emotional and can be costly if not managed properly

Analysen 11.07.2019

Turning up the fiscal tap

In the prolonged global quantitative easing era, should the fiscal tap be turned up ? With monetary policy having basically run to its limit, fiscal stimulus through modest budget deficit can be sustained for a longer period.


UBP in der Presse 01.10.2019

UBP’s Ranjit Khanna speaks to Hubbis

Hubbis (27.09.2019) - Ranjit Khanna is Chief Executive Singapore and Market Head, South Asia, Private Banking at Union Bancaire Privée (UBP), which is enjoying a period of sustained expansion in the region, with assets up more than 50% since 2016.

Analysen 30.09.2019

Central banks deliver for now

Government bond yields have rallied significantly this year in anticipation of monetary easing from major central banks, including the ECB and Fed who both delivered this past month.

Analysen 27.09.2019

The dawn of the data era

The amount of data we process today is only the tip of the iceberg.

Analysen 25.09.2019

Implications of India's Bold Tax Cuts

Now that India’s surprise tax cut has hit the news, is this fiscal stimulus for real?

Analysen 23.09.2019

Gold : risks for small downside correction

Gold prices have stabilised around USD 1,500 per ounce, following the US Federal Reserve's decision to cut interest rates by 0.25%, bringing its key rate to 2.00%.

UBP in der Presse 19.09.2019

"Wir haben noch sehr lange extrem niedrige Zinsen"

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (13.09.2019) - Am Aktienmarkt erwartet der Schweizer Vermögensverwalter Nicolas Faller stark schwankende Kurse

UBP in der Presse 18.09.2019

Challenges & Opportunities in Impact Investing

Financial Times (12.09.2019) - It is difficult to regard the 2008 financial crisis in anything other than a negative light. However, for one area of investment, it marked a significant acceleration in prospects.

UBP in der Presse 13.09.2019

Asset TV Masterclass : Fixed Income

With interest rates at rock bottom, bond markets have become very expensive. So why would anybody want to invest in fixed income? Where does the balance between risk and reward lie in these markets and how are central banks responding to slower growth?

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