1. Newsroom
  2. UBP in Breve - Q3 2016
Menu
Analisi 02.08.2016

UBP in Breve - Q3 2016

UBP in Breve - Q3 2016

La dedizione, la convinzione, il dinamismo e la responsabilità animano le nostre relazioni con la clientela e, in nome diquesti valori, sviluppiamo e perfezioniamo strategie e soluzioni d’investimento effi caci, perfettamente adeguate alle esigenze dei clienti nella gestione patrimoniale.


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.

Leggere ultima versione

Leggere l'ultima versione
Asset class

Japanese equities

Why the current outlook makes a compelling case for Japanese equities

Watch the videos

Le news più lette

Analisi 13.12.2018

Prospettive d’investimento UBP per il 2019

Opportunità e sfide in un mondo non più sincronizzato

Analisi 16.04.2019

A Fresh Look at Japanese Equities

Making the case for Japanese equities

Analisi 09.01.2019

Emerging Market Fixed Income – 2019 Outlook

After a market sell-off in 2018, we believe that emerging market (EM) fixed income should perform better in 2019, thanks to sound fundamentals, reduced political risk and more favourable technicals and valuations.


Altro da leggere

Analisi 13.05.2019

Trump unconstrained

Spotlight - The Sunday night tweets from the US President not only introduced uncertainty into the ongoing US-China trade negotiations and prospects for future global growth, but should also serve as a reminder to investors of the new, more challenging risk environment facing them looking ahead.

Analisi 06.05.2019

Initial thoughts on Trump’s new tariff threats

President Donald Trump has raised pressure on China to strike a trade deal by threatening a possible increase of tariff to 25% (from 10%) on $200bn worth of Chinese exports to US by Friday (May 10). He may also consider extending a new 25% duty on another $325bn worth of Chinese products.

Analisi 16.04.2019

A Fresh Look at Japanese Equities

Making the case for Japanese equities