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Press Releases 13.03.2017

UBI becomes UBP Asset Management (France)

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) has announced that its French asset management subsidiary has changed its trade name. Formerly known as UBI, on 1 March 2017 it became UBP Asset Management (France).

Sponsoring 19.10.2016

Exceptional concert by the orchestra Camerata Venia

Through its partnership with the orchestra Camerata Venia, UBP had the privilege and honour of interviewing the talented bass soloist Jérémie Brocard at the dress rehearsal of “American Stories”, which was performed on 17 October evening in Geneva.

UBP in the press 27.02.2017

Is the market rally being driven by political or economic factors?

The Swiss equity market shrugged off all the political upheaval in 2016, and will be supported by a positive economic environment in 2017.

Insight 20.03.2017

Outlook for convertible bonds in 2017 looks promising

An environment in which rates are rising traditionally favours convertible bonds. What is more, at times of market volatility, convertibles’ convexity remains a rare and precious asset.

Press Releases 24.01.2017

UBP reports a solid net profit of CHF 176.4 million

UBP saw profits excluding non-recurring items (operating income) rise significantly by 26.3%. Net profits reached CHF 176.4 million.