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UBP in the press 19.01.2022

«The Fed will be selling bonds faster than 2017»

Finanz und Wirtschaft (17.01.2022) - Norman Villamin, CIO Wealth Management of Union Bancaire Privée, expects a radical shift in monetary policy. A tightening cycle is less bad for equities than for bonds and gold, he says.

Corporate 18.01.2022

Innovative climate finance: UBP partners with the Swiss Climate Foundation

UBP is kicking off the new year with an exciting new partnership. 

Insight 18.01.2022

Positive outlook and improving fundamentals

Macro and micro conditions in 2022 should be positive for credit markets, says Mohammed Kazmi, Portfolio Manager and Macro Strategist, in this podcast with Bernard McGrath, Senior Investment Specialist.

UBP in the press 17.01.2022

Building new pillars of growth in Asia on solid wealth management foundations

Hubbis (10.01.2022) - Having more than doubled its assets under management (AUM) since 2016, UBP's wealth and asset management businesses at the end of 2020 managed more than USD 30 billion across Asia.

Insight 14.01.2022

Towards a Net Zero Emissions Economy with Green Bonds

The market for green and social bond issued by financial and non-financial companies is booming.

Corporate 13.01.2022

UBP supports the performing arts with comédie partnership

As UBP continues to support local cultural endeavours, we are pleased to announce our most recent project: a partnership with Comédie de Genève for the next three seasons.


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Corporate 07.10.2021

UBP partners up for Building Bridges

A cross-sectoral push for sustainable finance

Insight 14.10.2021

Investing in biodiversity – why and how

Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth at all levels, from genes to ecosystems, plants and animals. This abundance of life is crucial to the health and survival of our planet.

Insight 19.11.2021

UBP Investment Outlook 2022

Embracing Change


Insight 11.01.2022

Emerging market fixed income: An asset class of choice for 2022

Despite waning global growth momentum and rising inflation, strong fundamentals and relative valuations are offering compelling arguments for a strategic allocation to emerging market fixed income.

Insight 06.01.2022

The pillars behind ‘Swiss-made’ excellence

Global consumers’ everyday lives are shaped by Swiss products and services at different levels and in various aspects. Our experts dive into the secret behind “Swiss-made” quality.

UBP in the press 03.01.2022

Finance is a booster for the green transition

Le Temps (27.12.2021) - One fact about the financial industry that everyone agrees on nowadays is that, as a strategic allocator of private capital, it has a major role to play in reducing economies’ carbon footprint, and this is clear to see in the sharp growth of so-called “sustainable” funds.

Insight 21.12.2021

UBP Asset Management (Europe) joins the Race to Zero

This month, UBP Asset Management (Europe) joined the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative, reflecting its commitment to supporting the transition to a net-zero future by mid-century.

Insight 16.12.2021

Investing amidst the inflection in the fed policy cycle

The surge in inflation in 2021 combined with the sharp fall in unemployment leaves two of the US Federal Reserve’s key policy objectives within reach as the year comes to a close.

Press Releases 15.12.2021

UBP joins forces with conservation experts to launch biodiversity restoration strategy

UBP today announced a step forward in its commitment to impact investing with the launch of a biodiversity restoration strategy in a unique collaboration between the financial, corporate and conservation sectors.

Insight 10.12.2021

Reshaping the European Union

The global pandemic has allowed the European Union to lay a new foundation upon which it can build to bring about greater integration in the years ahead.

UBP in the press 03.12.2021

"The Web consumer is king"

La Regione (29.11.2021) - The year that is about to end has been marked not only by the persistence of health alarms linked to the coronavirus pandemic, but also by a strong economic recovery in the United States and Europe, chiefly driven by the gradual reopening underpinned by the advancement of vaccination campaigns.

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