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UBP, a place for talents

Young Graduates

UBP is always seeking to recruit talented young graduates to join its group – individuals who are ready to work hard.


At UBP you will find:

  • Intellectual stimulation in a challenging environment;
  • Autonomy and independence;
  • That you are able to make things happen;
  • Recognition for your achievements;
  • Strong emphasis on continual professional development.

What we do

UBP has one single job: wealth and asset management for private and institutional clients.

What you can do at UBP

Your career possibilities are wide-ranging within the Bank. There are many exciting fields in which you can excel.

Always growing

We understand the importance of constant development for you, both personally and professionally, and offer ongoing training programmes. We aim to keep you stimulated and always moving forward. UBP is a Swiss bank with a global footprint: there is potential for internal mobility and transfers to other offices around the world.

Our new Graduate Programme will give you the opportunity to discover and familiarise yourself with the banking industry and activities through a series of rotations in different teams. 

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If you have a good combination of technical skills and an entrepreneurial attitude, we would like to meet you and help you achieve success.

Applications for our UBP Graduate Programme open in February. To find out more on our Graduate Programme positions, please consult our job offers. 

We are always looking for new talent to strengthen our teams, both in Switzerland and around the world. If you feel that you have the ‘drive we demand’, please consult our job openings for other positions.

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