1. Newsroom
Menu

Newsroom


Analysen 21.05.2024

Embracing regenerative agriculture for sustainable growth

UBP’s impact team believes in the pivotal role regenerative agriculture has to play in addressing environmental challenges and fostering long-term prosperity. This theme can provide fertile ground for investors looking at impact investing.

Analysen 08.05.2024

UBP House View - May 2024

In light of the extended duration of high interest rates, we’re employing a carry strategy, ramping up our allocation to high-yield bonds.

Analysen 26.04.2024

Swiss equities back on the radar

Following a relatively lacklustre performance in 2023 and the Swiss National Bank’s recent interest rate cut, is now the time to revisit the Swiss equity opportunity set? In this Investment Rendez-Vous podcast, Eleanor Taylor Jolidon, co-head of UBP’s Swiss and Global Equity team, walks us through Swiss business models, current valuations and industries of particular interest.

UBP in der Presse 25.04.2024

Will the Fed continue to cut interest rates?

Hong Kong Economic Journal (19.04.2024) - Strong Q1 economic data from the US manufacturing, housing and employment sectors, combined with inflation of between 3.5–4% since mid-2023, have caused markets not to only price out the six rate cuts they had priced in up until the start of 2024, but, more recently, to also begin to question whether the Fed might forego rate cuts entirely in 2024.

UBP in der Presse 17.04.2024

Diversification is crucial, especially in 2024

Agefi Luxembourg (03.2024) - As 2023’s concentrated market rally is extending into 2024, equity investors are worried about a potential consolidation or pullback.

UBP in der Presse 16.04.2024

The pound is no longer so vulnerable

Financial Times (11.04.2024) - There are signs that sterling is set to embark on an upward trend after several years in the doldrums


Pressemitteilungen 22.01.2024

Geschäftsergebnis für das Jahr 2023

Die Union Bancaire Privée kündigt Gewinnsteigerung um 6,4% auf CHF 223,8 Millionen an

UBP in der Presse 26.03.2024

«10-15 Prozent der Kunden interessieren sich für nachhaltige Anlagen»

Le Temps, Sébastien Ruche (25.03.2024) - Guy de Picciotto, CEO der Genfer Privatbank UBP, äussert sich zu einer Vielzahl von Themen – zur Bedeutung von Performancezahlen, zur Schwierigkeit, «grüne» Investitionen zu fördern und zu seinem Nachfolger.

Analysen 07.12.2023

UBP House View - December 2023

Markets now offer a wide range of solutions that will need to be implemented intelligently and in an agile way in 2024.


Analysen 12.04.2024

UBP House View - April 2024

The unexpected interest rate cut by the Swiss National Bank marks the beginning of a new cycle of global easing, paving the way for new investment opportunities in the broader market. This has bolstered the Bank’s confidence in the Swiss and UK markets, which have been lagging behind the US indices. In addition, we have locked in gains on gold, which was the top performer in March.

Analysen 05.04.2024

Private Debt: A Time-Honoured Market Perspective

Our experts explore the origins of private debt—a market with a history spanning over 4,000 years, set to provide the next wave of opportunities for investors.

UBP in der Presse 04.04.2024

Fixed income: Positive bias towards credit

Agefi Luxembourg (13.03.2024) - We believe that we are at a shift in regime for fixed-income markets as central banks prepare the ground for potential rate cuts following the most aggressive tightening cycle since the 1970s.

UBP in der Presse 27.03.2024

From trading to pure play: UBP’s Ivan Wong shares the beauty of a boutique bank

Asian Private Banker, Carly Lau (22.03.2024) - The beauty of working for a pure play is the core focus on wealth management, where the business is not subjected to the aggressive risk culture associated with investment banking, nor exposed to the cyclical corporate lending of commercial banking.

Analysen 27.03.2024

Four reasons to consider global SMID caps in 2024

As the “Magnificent 7” generate risks in the segment, diversification within equities becomes key. Global small- and mid-cap (SMID) stocks, represented by the MSCI World SMID Cap Index, are emerging as a compelling option.

UBP in der Presse 26.03.2024

«10-15 Prozent der Kunden interessieren sich für nachhaltige Anlagen»

Le Temps, Sébastien Ruche (25.03.2024) - Guy de Picciotto, CEO der Genfer Privatbank UBP, äussert sich zu einer Vielzahl von Themen – zur Bedeutung von Performancezahlen, zur Schwierigkeit, «grüne» Investitionen zu fördern und zu seinem Nachfolger.

Analysen 14.03.2024

India: A New Driver Emerges

Driven by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic programme, India has embarked on a phase of infrastructure investment akin to China’s in the 1990s. In our latest edition of UBP Headlines, our Group Chief Strategist Norman Villamin takes a deep dive into the booming Indian market, exploring its investment opportunities.

Analysen 12.03.2024

Why Swiss equities should be considered in every equity allocation in 2024

Investors may find the strong fundamentals and stable economic, political and social aspects of Switzerland attractive in terms of equity investments in a year which may be dominated by geopolitical newsflow.