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10th Annual WealthBriefing Swiss Awards 2023

We are thrilled to have won on 9 February 2023 the award for “Best Corporate Strategy Implementation” at the 10th Annual WealthBriefing Swiss Awards 2023.

This award recognises the dedication and hard work of our teams through the recent and successful mergers and asset deals. It also acknowledges the implementation of our new investment offering for private clients based on proven and effective institutional asset management solutions.

Congratulations to everyone involved!

Macro

Political risk grows in the West

In the USA as in France, a hung parliament should not upset investors too much.
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Corporate Social Responsibility

Sustainability: a nightmare for SMEs?

Sustainability has become a major issue for companies of all sizes. In Switzerland, where SMEs account for 99.7% of the economy, the question is how ...
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Macro

When data outweighs central bankers

Falling inflation in the USA leads to a sharp drop in yields on Western markets.
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Macro

A small move before the summer break

Recent economic data do not support an aggressive cut in ECB-controlled interest rates.
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Macro

The calm before a potential storm

April's US inflation figures, which were worryingly sticky in the first quarter, are particularly important.
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Macro

Should we celebrate bad news?

Wall Street and the bond market welcome the emergence of many signs of cooling.
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Macro

The prospect of higher rates forever

Government bond yields stabilise, but a major monetary policy reversal remains unlikely.
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Corporate Social Responsibility

2023 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

After our recent delisting, we remain sincerely committed to transparency and to continuing our efforts to progress on environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters.
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Macro

Powell capitulates under the weight of evidence

Persistent inflationary pressures call for patience from the Fed, but a rate hike remains unlikely.
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Macro

After three misses, the Fed has a problem

Evidence of persistent inflationary pressures in the US is pushing government bond yields higher.
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