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Analysen 21.06.2019

Fresh policy easing likely in China

With the increased trade war risk from additional tariffs on Chinese exports to the US, investors have been focusing on policy easing to assess both countries’ economic and earnings outlook.

UBP in der Presse 17.06.2019

Investing in disruptive innovation

Forbes Middle East (06.2019) - Whereas the financial markets have always tended to focus on the short term, investors need to think beyond that horizon and look further ahead.

Analysen 14.06.2019

Navigating wealth succession in Asian families

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

Analysen 12.06.2019

Navigating through an ageing economic cycle

A market backdrop favourable to convertible bonds

UBP in der Presse 07.06.2019

Gold ist eine gute Wahl, das Portfolio abzusichern

Finanz und Wirtschaft - Norman Villamin, CIO Private Banking der Union Bancaire Privée (UBP), rät Investoren, Marktrisiken mit asymmetrischen Anlagestrategien zu begegnen.

Analysen 06.06.2019

UBP Investment Insight Summit 2019

Our Asset Management division successfully hosted its second pan-European conference on 22 and 23 May in Zurich. 


UBP in der Presse 02.04.2019

Zürich ist ein zentrales Standbein für die UBP

Le Temps (29.03.2019) - Vor genau vier Jahren hat die UBP die Privatbank Coutts übernommen. Heute verwaltet UBP 25 Milliarden Franken in der Wirtschaftsmetropole der Schweiz und hat damit ihre Kundenvermögen innerhalb von fünf Jahren verdoppelt. Wir haben Adrian Künzi, Leiter der UBP Zürich, getroffen.

Sponsoring 27.05.2019

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 16.04.2019

A Fresh Look at Japanese Equities

Making the case for Japanese equities


Pressemitteilungen 05.06.2019

UBP joins The Big Exchange as founding member

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) is pleased to announce its support, as a founding member, to The Big Exchange, a UK-based, mission-led, mobile-first financial services proposition which will open investing and saving to everyone.

Pressemitteilungen 03.06.2019

UBP erweitert Angebot im Private Equity mit Rothschild & Co

Union Bancaire Privée, UBP SA («UBP»), kündigt eine Partnerschaft mit der unabhängigen Familienholding Rothschild & Co an.

Sponsoring 27.05.2019

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 22.05.2019

China market outlook amid policy easing

With growing uncertainty around the Sino-US trade war and that relationship at a low ebb, investors are increasingly focusing on policy response to assess market outlook.

UBP in der Presse 20.05.2019

Grenzen zwischen privaten und institutionellen Kunden schwinden

Le Temps (20.05.2019) - Professionelle Vermögensverwalter mussten sich der Erkenntnis stellen: die Grenzen zwischen privaten und institutionellen Kunden schwinden zusehends. Auch die Bedürfnisse, die bislang jedem Segment eigen waren, passen sich mehr und mehr an.

Analysen 13.05.2019

Trump unconstrained

Spotlight - The Sunday night tweets from the US President not only introduced uncertainty into the ongoing US-China trade negotiations and prospects for future global growth, but should also serve as a reminder to investors of the new, more challenging risk environment facing them looking ahead.

UBP in der Presse 09.05.2019

China is the place to invest in equities

Bilan (24.04.2019) - Since China joined the WTO in 2001 and adopted a capitalist approach to its economy, investors have viewed the local financial markets with an equal mix of hope and fear.

Analysen 06.05.2019

Initial thoughts on Trump’s new tariff threats

President Donald Trump has raised pressure on China to strike a trade deal by threatening a possible increase of tariff to 25% (from 10%) on $200bn worth of Chinese exports to US by Friday (May 10). He may also consider extending a new 25% duty on another $325bn worth of Chinese products.

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