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Insight 02.08.2016

UBP in Brief - Q3 2016

UBP in Brief - Q3 2016

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Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) was founded in 1969 by Edgar de Picciotto, whose vision from the outset was to offer investors an astute and innovative wealth management service. This approach has been guiding us through the decades, leading us to focus exclusively on one activity we excel at – global wealth management for private and institutional clients.

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