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Analisi 15.10.2021

Finding quality growth in the US market

In the United States, the Covid-19 Delta variant is continuing to wreak havoc, causing concern that the recovery could be derailed. However, there are reasons to be optimistic about the US equity market, with companies having posted exceptional earnings over the second quarter. Looking ahead, a focus on long-term, sustainable, quality, growth companies is the right approach to capture returns.

Analisi 14.10.2021

UBP’s “wish list” for the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15)

London, 12 October 2021 - With the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15) under way this week in Kunming, China, Union Bancaire Privée’s (UBP) Impact Investing team has called on delegates to match their ambitions on the protection of global biodiversity by issuing four “wishes” for commitments at the Conference.

Analisi 14.10.2021

Investire nella biodiversità – Come e perché

La biodiversità è la varietà di forme di vita sulla Terra a tutti i livelli, dai geni agli ecosistemi, passando per le piante e gli animali. Questa ricchezza di vita è cruciale per la salute e la sopravvivenza del nostro pianeta.

Analisi 08.10.2021

China’s housing sector: authorities walking a fine line

Tighter rules have led to rapid deleveraging in China’s housing sector. Embattled real-estate developer Evergrande’s situation has sent shock waves through the credit market. The company’s default looks manageable but could become a systemic issue if the authorities do not facilitate an orderly default.

Corporate 07.10.2021

UBP partners up for Building Bridges

A cross-sectoral push for sustainable finance

UBP in the press 04.10.2021

Private markets: an ideal alternative

Le Temps (04.10.2021) - Conditions for private markets, which started to take off in the 1990s, are now better than they have ever been. A large proportion of the alternative investment universe – all non-traditional asset classes – is covered by private markets.


Analisi 10.06.2021

COVID-19: UBP vi terrà aggiornati

Dalla comparsa del coronavirus, UBP accompagna e sostiene i suoi clienti nel contesto inedito di questa crisi sanitaria mondiale. La Banca vi aggiorna regolarmente sull’adeguamento dei suoi piani alle regole precauzionali fissate dalle autorità e condivide con voi le più aggiornate analisi dei suoi esperti sulle conseguenze della pandemia per l’economia mondiale e i mercati finanziari.

Corporate 07.10.2021

UBP partners up for Building Bridges

A cross-sectoral push for sustainable finance

Comunicati stampa 19.07.2021

Risultati semestrali 2021

Union Bancaire Privée: patrimonio in gestione in crescita a 161,1 miliardi di franchi (+10% circa)


UBP in the press 07.09.2021

Positive on corporate debt

Institutional Money (03.09.2021) - This year, we have held – and continue to hold – a positive bias on credit markets. This has been driven by our macro scenario of a robust and sustained global growth recovery as economies normalise following the vaccine rollout, coupled with the significant policy support coming from both monetary and fiscal authorities which should allow global growth to exceed its pre-Covid trend.

Corporate 06.09.2021

“Sustainable finance is our responsibility”

SSF Market Study 2021 reveals what lies behind the growth in sustainable investments

Analisi 02.09.2021

Making fashion sustainable by choosing longevity

What influence do we as individual consumers have on how sustainable the global textile industry is? Quite a bit, as it turns out. What clothes we buy and how often we do so determines how sustainably one of the world’s largest industries is going to evolve.

UBP in the press 30.08.2021

“Key rates could rise gradually from the second half of 2022”

Article l’Agefi (27.08.2021) - Macroeconomic developments and how central banks are handling them remain the focus for institutional investors. UBP's head of global fixed income Philippe Gräub shares his analysis.

Analisi 25.08.2021

Sustainable fashion – a contradiction in terms?

The fashion industry is attracting more and more attention for its environmental and social footprint. While it has a long way to go before becoming truly sustainable, a host of promising initiatives points towards a greener future ahead.

UBP in the press 23.08.2021

The IPCC report – ‘code red’ for humanity

Environmental Finance (12.08.2021) - The latest IPCC report should shock the world into climate action – and for investors that means prioritising positive impact, writes Rupert Welchman.

Analisi 05.08.2021

UBP Participates in Africa's First SDG Bond

The issuance of green, social and sustainability bonds by emerging and frontier countries is gaining traction. UBP expects further expansion of the market.

Analisi 29.07.2021

What ESG factors mean for bonds in EM

The creditworthiness of an emerging market country is often thought to be determined simply by its ability to service and repay debt.

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