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瑞联银行新闻报道 28.06.2022

Backing Asia's sustainable agenda

Citywire (22.06.2022) - Michael Blake, Asia CEO of Union Bancaire Privée, was asked how UBP is supporting the region’s increasing push for sustainable investment and how this trend is feeding into his own approach to family life.

洞见 23.06.2022

UBP publishes 2021 Sustainability Report

UBP today released its 2021 Sustainability Report highlighting its approach to and progress on integrating sustainability into its investments and its own operations. 

瑞联银行新闻报道 23.06.2022

Alternatives are back with diversification opportunities

Agefi Luxembourg (06.2022) - Against a backdrop of rising interest rates causing financial assets to be repriced downwards, investors may be interested in alternative strategies that show limited correlation with market indices.

瑞联银行新闻报道 17.06.2022

Value creation: a key driver in equity selection

The Market (16.06.2022) - Even in the current difficult stock market environment, Eleanor Taylor Jolidon, Co-Head of Swiss and Global Equity at UBP, prefers growth stocks to value stocks.

洞见 15.06.2022

Investment Outlook 2022 – mid-year update

The investment landscape has changed substantially in the last six months: conflict has broken out in Ukraine, leading to various geopolitical and social ramifications, and inflationary pressure has been rising and remains a concern across many regions.

洞见 08.06.2022

Impact Report 2021

Our impact investing franchise saw further substantial development in 2021: not only did we further refine our approach, but we launched the third strategy in our Impact range, which has biodiversity as its theme.


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新闻稿 21.01.2022

2021年全年业绩

瑞联银行净利润上升10.9%至 2.012亿瑞士法郎

新闻稿 10.02.2022

UBP extends its activities in private markets

Union Bancaire Privée, UBP SA (UBP) is strengthening its real estate capabilities within its Private Markets Group (PMG) department by recruiting a team specialised in government-leased real estate and by launching its first strategy focused on governmental properties.

洞见 09.03.2022

Investing in private markets: Why and how

Historically low interest rates and high stock market valuations have triggered unprecedented investment flows into private markets.


瑞联银行新闻报道 03.06.2022

«Hedging is Back»

Finews (03.06.2022) - Co-Head of Asset Management at Geneva-based private bank Union Banque Privée Nicolas Faller, describes what is going on in markets as a normalization process. Nonetheless, he has observed some changes among clients.

瑞联银行新闻报道 27.05.2022

Market volatility and a shift to risk

Allnews (23.05) – The ability to keep generating cash flow above cost of capital even during rough patches is a sign of stability in a company, says UBP’s Martin Moeller.

瑞联银行新闻报道 24.05.2022

“I am not holding my breath for a soft landing”

Finews (19.05.2022) - Financial markets are not about to return to the normality of past years, says Norman Villamin, CIO Wealth Management, to finews.ch.

瑞联银行新闻报道 23.05.2022

Biodiversity: the new driving force behind responsible investing

Le Temps (23.05.2022) - The finance industry is fully on board with the fight for a more sustainable planet, as shown by the spectacular growth in assets under management in the responsible investing segment.

洞见 20.05.2022

Residential mass-market housing: a defensive sector in an inflationary world

In a new study, UBP’s experts concluded that the mass-market housing sector is better positioned than other sectors to adapt to supply-chain disruptions and inflation risks.

洞见 16.05.2022

UBP Investment Insight Summit 2022

On 11 & 12 May, our Asset Management division held its third Investment Insight Summit in Zurich.

企业 11.05.2022

UBP shows support for the EU’s green energy transition

UBP has joined over 120 businesses calling on the EU to accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to a clean energy future.

瑞联银行新闻报道 10.05.2022

Forex: USD leads the board

The global economy has been facing a lot of headwinds since the beginning of the year. UBP’s Global Head of Forex Strategy, Peter Kinsella, explains what this means for some of the major currencies.

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