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UBP in the press 08.04.2016

Le plan quinquennal en trompe-l’oeil

Le plan quinquennal en trompe-l’oeil

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Maintenir un objectif plancher de croissance à 6,5% est surtout symbolique. Le risque de témérité économique pour satisfaire le parti est palpable.

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Maintenir un objectif plancher de croissance à 6,5% est surtout symbolique. Le risque de témérité économique pour satisfaire le parti est palpable.

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Impact investing - Contributing to a more sustainable future

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UBP in the press 28.04.2020

How to hedge when volatility itself becomes volatile

Professional Pensions (24.04.2020) - The fastest bear market in history ends one of the longest-ever bull markets

UBP in the press 12.05.2020

“UBP trusts in private markets, less correlated with traditional assets”

Monaco For Finance (23.04.2020) - Sérène El Masri was appointed Site Manager of UBP’s Monaco branch one year ago. Monaco For Finance spoke to her about her impressions of Monaco as a financial centre.

UBP in the press 21.08.2020

Does private education generate positive impact?

Environmental Finance (14.08) - There is a strong argument for saying that private education has no place in impact investing because education is a basic public good that should be freely accessible to all. 

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UBP in the press 12.10.2020

The private banker’s metamorphosis

Le Temps (12.10.2020) - Few have been forced by their environment to go through such a deep professional change as private bankers. While relationship-building and advising remains their core role, their job today does not have much in common with what it was before the 2008 slump.

UBP in the press 09.10.2020

FRNs: an attractive medium-term opportunity

Institutional Money (08.09.2020) - FRNs offer an attractive risk/reward profile at the effective lower bound

UBP in the press 29.09.2020

Adrian Kuenzi: «I Wanted This Rupture»

Finews (28.09.2020) - Adrian Kuenzi has taken his next career step at Union Bancaire Privée, he told finews.com in an interview. The bank will keep investing, because the best of cost-cutting program won't help it win new clients.