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In just half a century, UBP 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.

Corporate 25.10.2022

A successful, decade-long partnership with Camerata Venia

UBP actively supports cultural and artistic projects in the locations where it has offices. As part of the promotion of classical music and its rising stars in Geneva, we are pleased to have been a partner of the Camerata Venia ensemble since 2013.

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.

Insight 23.11.2022

UBP Investment Outlook 2023

UBP’s experts unveil their investment views for the upcoming year in the “Walking the tightrope” roadshow.

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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 05.10.2022

UBP further expands governmental real estate offering

UBP has announced that it has acquired two properties totalling a surface area of 70,000 m2 in Belgium through a share purchase for its European governmental real estate strategy. The two buildings, rented by Belgium’s ministry of foreign affairs, are located in the centre of Brussels.