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Corporate 01.02.2023

Investing in the future: The mobility of tomorrow

As technological advances and new lifestyle habits are proliferating amidst rising environmental and social pressure, incorporating the future into decisions can unlock huge economic opportunities.

Press Releases 23.01.2023

Annual results 2022

Union Bancaire Privée reports net profit of CHF 210.4 million, up 4.5%

UBP in the press 17.01.2023

The appeal of wealth planning amid increasing mobility

Le Temps (16.01.2023) - In a world of heightened uncertainty, more and more private bank clients are considering setting up residence outside their native countries, and recent geopolitical tensions have sped up this trend.

UBP in the press 12.01.2023

UBP in Asia: 2022 round-up and 2023 objectives

Asian Private Banker (12.2022) - UBP Asia CEO looks back at 2022 and forward at 2023

UBP in the press 11.01.2023

Alternatives enter a new era

L'Agefi (16.12.2022) - Having played a supporting role while rates were low, alternative investments came back into the limelight when markets struggled in 2022. UBP’s Kier Boley went into it for us.

Insight 09.01.2023

The case for Chinese onshore convertible bonds

The Chinese onshore convertible bond market is the second-largest in the world. It has soared dramatically since early 2017 due to regulatory changes promoting more transparent financing. It is dominated by mid- and large-cap names offering diversified and balanced exposure to domestic Chinese growth.


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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.

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 09.01.2023

The case for Chinese onshore convertible bonds

The Chinese onshore convertible bond market is the second-largest in the world. It has soared dramatically since early 2017 due to regulatory changes promoting more transparent financing. It is dominated by mid- and large-cap names offering diversified and balanced exposure to domestic Chinese growth.


Insight 06.01.2023

COP 15: Historic agreement beats expectations, but implementation is key

The long-awaited second part of COP 15 (the UN conference on biological diversity) has concluded, with some substantial commitments, but no real fanfare.

UBP in the press 04.01.2023

Towards a change of cycle

Delano (12.2022) - For Patrice Gautry, Chief Economist at Union Bancaire Privée (UBP), 2023 should mark the beginning of a new cycle that he hopes will be based on healthier foundations than the current one. This will take a few more months. In the meantime, he believes that bonds are regaining real interest.

UBP in the press 20.12.2022

“Stock-picking and active management are set to become very attractive again”

Le Temps (12.2022) - According to Union Bancaire Privée’s CIO Wealth Management, Norman Villamin, 2023 is set to be less tough than this year for investors. Although caution will be warranted as risks are on the rise.

Insight 13.12.2022

A currency overview for 2023

As we approach the beginning of a new year, UBP’s Global Head of Forex Strategy Peter Kinsella gives us an overview of the key currency trends to look out for in the next phase of the cycle as inflation starts easing and monetary policy tightening peaks.

Insight 08.12.2022

Navigating the ESG rating labyrinth

The ESG (environmental, social and governance) ratings industry is a growing market as more investors seek to manage the rising risks posed by non-financial issues.

Insight 02.12.2022

Weathering the coming economic storms

With clouds gathering on the investment horizon, UBP’s CIO looks at how to navigate the coming storms

UBP in the press 28.11.2022

Constructive outlook for precious metals

Finanz und Wirtschaft (11.2022) - In recent weeks, prices for most of the main precious metals have risen: gold has gone from just above USD 1,600 to over USD 1,700 per oz, silver from lows of USD 18.50 to around USD 21.30, and platinum from USD 850 to around USD 1,000.

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.