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UBP in the press 12.04.2021

Impact investing’s spread to all asset classes

Option Finance (26.03.2021) – Impact investing – investing with the intention of having a positive impact on the environment and society – originated in the private equity market but is now spreading to all asset classes.

UBP in the press 08.04.2021

Policymaking in the post-pandemic era

Institutional Money (06.04.2021) - The unprecedented nature of the pandemic paved the way for aggressive and, at times, unorthodox stimulus measures; however, these were crucial for ensuring smooth market functioning and delivering accommodative financial conditions at the height of the crisis.

Insight 05.04.2021

Transitioning to a Brave New World

Volatility is back in Chinese equity markets: after rallying 90% from its trough in March 2020 to a peak in February 2021, MSCI China has fallen by 16% over the past month.

UBP in the press 01.04.2021

SMID caps set to outperform in a recovery scenario

Bilan (31.03.2021) - As vaccines offer a way out of the current crisis, we should see a greater rebound among small and mid-cap companies, the so-called ‘SMID-cap’ segment, than in the broader market.

UBP in the press 30.03.2021

How finance can fight the climate crisis

Good With Money (19.03.2021) – Mathieu Nègre, Head of Global Emerging Markets at UBP, recently took part in a Good With Money podcast, a series in which experts discuss current ethical investment trends.

Insight 24.03.2021

Agility: at the heart of our discretionary management

Your goals and aspirations are unique – so is our approach to discretionary portfolio management.


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Insight 10.02.2021

COVID-19: UBP keeps you up to date

Since this coronavirus appeared, UBP has provided its clients with guidance and support as we all tackle this unprecedented global health crisis. We give you regular updates on everything from our own safety protocols and the recommendations issued by the authorities to our experts’ latest analysis on the effects of the pandemic on the world economy and financial markets.

Insight 17.12.2020

UBP Investment Outlook 2021

A Brave New World

Insight 24.11.2020

Hidden gems in Swiss & European small caps

Small and mid caps have traditionally recorded higher growth rates and investment returns over the long term than large caps: it is easier to generate a dynamic growth rate from a smaller base. Swiss and European small and medium-sized capitalisations – so-called ‘SMID caps’ – also tend to provide investors with ‘pure play’ exposure to major secular growth trends.


Insight 23.03.2021

China’s Five-Year Plan

Asia Macro - A transformative shift towards self-sufficiency

UBP in the press 22.03.2021

Short-term downside risks for gold

Finanz und Wirtschaft (20.03.2021) - Gold prices declined in recent weeks to lows of around $1,680 per ounce. The cause was the continued steepening of the US yield curve.

Insight 19.03.2021

Distressed Opportunity Strategy

Distressed investment opportunities offer a gateway to companies in financial trouble that need restructuring in order to survive.

Insight 15.03.2021

“Smart Alpha” – a new way to tap into active investment strategies

A new partnership between UBP and amLeague, a specialised index provider, allows investors to combine the advantages of active investment management with those of passive index tracking. 

Press Releases 10.03.2021

UBP strengthens its Small and-Mid Cap franchise

Union Bancaire Privée strengthens its Small and-Mid Cap franchise with the launch of a Global SMID Cap Equity strategy

Insight 09.03.2021

Brightening growth prospects for 2021 in Asia

Asia Macro - On a GDP-weighted basis, Asia is expected to expand by 6.6% in 2021, up from a -1.0% contraction in 2020.

UBP in the press 08.03.2021

Optimising high-yield exposure in 2021

Institutional Money (04.03.2021) - In spite of the global pandemic, an increase in default rates, and highly volatile investment markets, the global high-yield market delivered positive returns in 2020. 

Corporate 05.03.2021

Biodiversity loss – a threat to our economy?

All too often, economic progress and conservation of nature are seen as mutually exclusive. Indeed, biodiversity loss is considered to be the price to pay for development. In a new report, the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), in cooperation with UBP, shows how the opposite is true by guiding financial institutions to measure their nature-related financial risks.

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