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UBP in the press 14.06.2017

Which European strategy should Swiss banks adopt?

Le Temps - For a bank to achieve penetration in a market other than its domestic market, it needs to develop financial products and services that suit specific local features.

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Union Bancaire Privée has built up a leading position in the management of assets for institutional clients because we are able to meet the requirements of the most demanding investors.

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).

UBP in the press 29.05.2017

Sharp increase in funding from Asia clients

In an interview with APB Mandates, Brice Thionnet said that UBP's Asian clients have participated in every direct investments deal brought by the Swiss pure play since the completion of its acquisition of Coutts International.

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Insight 16.06.2017

Asian stocks extend gains as expected correction fails to materialise

Asian Stocks Extend Gains as Geopolitical Concerns Do Not Lead to “Sell in May” Correction.