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UBP in the press 20.11.2017

UBP looking at needs instead of just numbers

The Business Times (06.11.2017) - A year and a half after its acquisition of the international private banking business of centuries-old UK bank Coutts, Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) wants to move beyond the volume game and focus on its time-proven wealth advisory solutions.

Awards 13.11.2017

UBP: WealthBriefing GCC 2017

Union Bancaire Privée awarded “Best Private Bank (Client Service)” and “Fund Manager (Global Reach)”.

Insight 13.11.2017

Spotlight: China

Insights from the 19th Communist Party Congress

Insight 30.10.2017

Consumer Staples - The end of an era?

Market and corporate lifecycles can last a very long time and create large valuation anomalies offering great opportunities for active managers.

Press Releases 26.10.2017

UBP enhances its emerging market capabilities

UBP has announced a new addition to its emerging market fixed income capabilities with the launch of a new offering – Emerging Market Sovereign Bond.

UBP in the press 23.10.2017

Applying nudge theory to private banking

Le Temps (23.10.2017) - The great wave of regulation following the 2008 crisis has been driven by the laudable aim of increasing transparency and client protection. However, it has also encouraged behaviour that favours passive investment at the expense of absolute returns.


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Insight 26.05.2017

The time is right for convertible bonds

The beginning of a trend

UBP in the press 12.09.2017

Five questions to Norman Villamin

NZZ am Sonntag (10.09.2017) - Interview with Norman Villamin, Chief Investment Officer (CIO) Private Banking and Head of Asset Allocation.

UBP in the press 14.09.2017

Exclusive interview with Guy de Picciotto

Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) - Guy de Picciotto, CEO of Geneva-based bank UBP, believes the financial sector could be at the start of a new era, past problems have been solved, and banks now have the chance to draw on their traditional strengths.


Insight 19.10.2017

Some segments of the bond market are still capable of delivering good returns

The current market environment is contradictory to some extent. Economic activity remains strong, with firm, synchronised growth across all geographical zones, and inflation is neither too high nor too low, allowing central banks to take a very gradual approach when bringing their monetary policies back to normal.

UBP in the press 17.10.2017

Saudi Equities: ready for globalisation?

Khaleej Time - Many will find it a bit of a mystery that Saudi Equities still do not form part of the most important international benchmarks. Despite solid macro-economic credentials, a market that has outperformed Emerging and Global Equities for the past 20 years is still kept out by major index providers.

Insight 16.10.2017

Emerging-market debt: old prejudices die hard

Although they are often regarded as too risky, hard-currency emerging-market corporate bonds have their attractions, including a very competitive risk/return profile. As economic fundamentals improve, investment flows into this asset class are likely to continue growing.
Insight 12.10.2017

“The stockmarket correction is over in Europe”

After consolidating during the summer months, equity indexes resumed their upward trend last month. However, now is still a good time to take fresh positions in European equity markets, and particularly in the small- and mid-cap segment.
Insight 11.10.2017

Fed Signals to Shrink Balance Sheet, Asian Currencies Fall

Asian Market Review and Outlook - September 2017

UBP in the press 09.10.2017

Active management still popular among investors

Market - With a team of more than 200 professionals, Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) has become a top-tier asset manager. UBP focuses on active management and is now a major player in the asset management industry. We spoke to Nicolas Faller, co-CEO of Asset Management at UBP.

Insight 05.10.2017

Investment Outlook 2018

Opportunities and Risks late in the Economic Cycle

 

UBP in the press 29.09.2017

Private banking: the start of a renaissance

Le Temps (29.09.2017) -  It is time for banks to re-engage with themes that have been overlooked in recent years – such as innovation and partnerships – as part of their strategies.

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