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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.

Insight 22.11.2022

Can investors begin to integrate nature-related financial risks?

“Nature-related financial risks are material and can begin to be assessed today. By integrating data about nature loss into risk assessments, the indispensability of our natural world starts to be reflected in financial decisions.” Grant Rudgley, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Insight 18.11.2022

Wealth planning is all about knowing your client

Catch our podcast featuring two of our Luxembourg colleagues discussing the skills needed for the job of wealth planner and the exciting challenges and highlights of their day-to-day.

UBP in the press 18.11.2022

Middle East now a core part of UBP’s business

Asian Private Banker (08.11.2022) - AUM of more than US$10 billion means the Middle East is now a core part of the UBP group, according to Mohamed Abdellatif, who oversees its business there.

Insight 17.11.2022

A look back on 2022: changing dynamics for global equities

UBP’s experts share observations on a volatile year for global equity markets in a new podcast episode.

Insight 11.11.2022

A post-pandemic guide to equity investing

High inflation and aggressive rate hikes by central banks have significantly destabilised equity markets, with the Russia–Ukraine war adding further stress. In this challenging environment, the disciplined search for value-creating companies in all market conditions remains key.


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Insight 15.06.2022

Investment Outlook 2022 – mid-year update

The investment landscape has changed substantially in the last six months: conflict has broken out in Ukraine, leading to various geopolitical and social ramifications, and inflationary pressure has been rising and remains a concern across many regions.

Press Releases 18.07.2022

First half-year results 2022

Union Bancaire Privée reports net profit of CHF 112.6 million for the first half of 2022

Corporate 29.09.2022

UBP supports Building Bridges 2022

UBP once again supported Building Bridges, Switzerland’s leading sustainable finance conference, organised by Sustainable Finance Geneva (SFG) in collaboration with Swiss Sustainable Finance (SSF).


Insight 03.11.2022

Three takeaways from China’s 20th Communist Party Congress

The Chinese Communist Party holds a congress every five years. It is the main platform to observe changes in the country's leadership and ideology. But the 20th congress was even more important than usual.

Insight 03.11.2022

COP 27 & COP 15 wish list

The big opportunity provided by the fact that COP 27 and COP 15 are being held so close together is to highlight the interlinked nature of the climate and nature crises.

Insight 28.10.2022

One year of investing in biodiversity

UBP launched its first biodiversity strategy in 2021. One year on, our experts reflect on their experiences.

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.

Insight 21.10.2022

The US: green shoots of impact companies?

UBP’s Impact Investing team recently participated in a sustainability-themed trip, seeking out those US companies which make a positive impact.

UBP in the press 21.10.2022

No energy transition without Asia leadership

South China Morning Post (09.2022) - The recent decision by China to suspend cooperation with the US on climate change comes at a very inopportune moment, given the increased realisation of the critical importance of Asia in the fight against climate change. If many commentators used to wonder if the region was a laggard in that area, the debate has now firmly moved on beyond that question.

UBP in the press 17.10.2022

Swiss banks: challenges posed by sanctions

Le Temps (10.2022) - Almost eight months after war broke out in Ukraine, the Swiss finance industry has sufficient perspective to draw initial lessons from the application of sanctions against Russia and Belarus.

Insight 11.10.2022

Global food supply disruption: “Ultimately, the market will work”

John Neppl, Chief Financial Officer of Bunge, an international leader in the agribusiness and food space, was invited to share his insights at UBP’s latest EXPERT SERIES webinar. This interactive session was hosted by Norman Villamin, CIO Wealth Management at UBP, and included Marc Elliott, Investment Specialist Energy Transition at UBP.