Privatbanken

Julius Bär

The Julius Baer Group is one of the leading Swiss private banking groups and focuses on the needs of discerning private clients. It currently employs more than 5'000 people worldwide. Julius Baer's assets under management totalled over CHF 305 billion. The bank is present in more than 25 countries, with Switzerland and Asia being its home markets.

J. Safra Sarasin

Bank J. Safra Sarasin (until 2013 Bank Sarasin & Co.) is a Swiss private bank founded in 1841 and headquartered in Basel, which is owned by the Brazilian Safra Group. The bank is a pioneer in the field of sustainable financial investments and has more than 20 years of experience. The bank operates internationally.


Trafina

Trafina Privatbank is a small asset management bank in Basel, which is majority-owned by the in Basel located private bank Baumann & Cie. The bank exclusively offers asset management services and impresses with its personal and discreet manner.

Vontobel

Vontobel is an internationally oriented Swiss private bank based in Zurich. Since its foundation in 1936, the bank has held a majority of the Vontobel family and its non-profit Vontobel Foundation. It employs around 1'400 people at 21 different locations worldwide. The bank's business model consists of the three business units Priva-te Banking, Investment Banking and Asset Management.

 


VP Bank

VP Bank Group is an internationally active private bank. It focuses on asset management for private individuals and intermediaries. The Bank is one of the largest banks in the Liechtenstein financial center. With nearly 800 employees, it manages client assets of approximately CHF 43 billion and, in addition to its home market, is represented in Switzerland, Luxembourg, the British Virgin Islands, Singapore, Hong Kong and Russia.