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In just half a century, Union Bancaire Privée has become a highly successful company, bringing together ethical and cultural qualities to achieve this. Today, this subtle combination enables it to count itself among the most important players in international wealth management.

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UBP in brief

Union Bancaire Privée was founded in 1969 by Edgar de Picciotto.

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Governance

Originating in Portugal in the Age of Discovery, the de Picciotto family has been honing its skills in both diplomacy and trade for over ten generations.

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Awards

For several years now, the Bank, its managers and its funds have regularly received awards from independent research institutes.

Insight 18.08.2017

Look East for New Investment Horizons

Citywire Switzerland - The land of the rising sun will eclipse US investors' funds

Our values

Dedication; conviction; agility; responsibility. These four key values express UBP’s determination to achieve its objectives and to respond to its clients’ expectations, as well as work in their best interests.

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History

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) is one of the largest family-owned private banks in the world.

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Our commitments

For Edgar de Picciotto, discreet and effective commitment has always been a moral imperative for UBP.

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Company culture and values

The commitment demonstrated by UBP’s staff bears witness to the Bank’s unique corporate culture.

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.