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Press Releases 20.07.2017

UBP announces strong first half-year results; increasing net profit to CHF 110 million

Net profit at the end of June 2017 was CHF 109.5 million, up 21.6% from CHF 89.9 million a year earlier. Assets under management totalled CHF 118.9 billion at the half-year.

UBP, a place for talents

Union Bancaire Privée is always seeking to recruit talented, dynamic and motivated individuals in order to meet the growing needs of its business.

UBP in the press 27.06.2017

Small- and mid-caps: still attractive investments

L'Agefi - Small- and mid-cap stocks are being buoyed by solid fundamentals and the improving economic environment, and remain attractive as components of a long-term investment strategy.

UBP in the press 26.06.2017

Lessons to be learned from Belgium's tax on stock exchange transactions

Le Temps  - Belgium has recently extended the scope of its tax on stock exchange transactions (known as the "TOB") to foreign transactions. This represents a new challenge for the Swiss finance industry, and an opportunity for Swiss banks to take a fresh look at how they need to adjust the service they provide to foreign clients.

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Insight 28.06.2017

Protecting against ‘Protectionism’

The rising risk of global trade, capital and labour protectionism is an important investment topic.