Don’t misinterpret market sentiment.
Article by George Alevrofas, allnews
Stock exchange commentary – Siemens, Roche
Discernment above all
Zurich Wealth Manager Nabs Credit Suisse Team
Stock exchange commentary – Equity tips
Stock exchange commentary – Holcim, Danaher
Those betting on rising prices now are taking considerable risks
Every interest rate step threatens a fiasco
Stock exchange commentary – ABB and Enel
Inflation scares investors
VT Wealth wants to be a contact point for “unhappy” bankers
Stock market commentary – ASML, Lonza
Stock exchange commentary – UBS, John Deere
Stock exchange commentary – Amazon, Sonova
Stock exchange commentary – Box, SIG, ASML
Stock exchange commentary – Stagflation fears on the stock exchanges
Stock exchange commentary – Richemont
Stock exchange commentary – Swissquote, S&N
Stock exchange commentary – Invest selectively
Between virtue and vision
The “blue wave” does not bring blues to the stock market
Stock exchange commentary – Givaudan
Stock exchange commentary – Vifor, Iqvia, Dialog
Dynamic portfolio & As in the good old days
Dynamics portfolio; The use of artificial intelligence and algorithms
in the investment process has proven its worth in the crisis. But there are many things to consider.
Article with Raphael Steigmeier, FINANZ und WIRTSCHAFT (only in German)
As in the good old days; The Swiss private banking business is only a shadow of its former self. It is missing
of creativity and time for customer care. New technologies can help.
Article with Sacha Fedier, FINANZ und WIRTSCHAFT (only in German)
La clé est d’investir sans émotion
How to outperform the stock market using artificial intelligence
Stock exchange commentary – Three favourites
Stock exchange commentary – Proceed Selectively
VT Wealth Management brings investment specialist from Credit Suisse subsidiary
Bank or an independent asset manager?
Digital on the way
VT Wealth Management focuses on entrepreneurs from the Alpine region
Welcome to the slaughterhouse!
Any organisation treating its customers like cattle waiting for slaughter will find itself with no customers at some point in the future – this also applies to private banking in Switzerland. If private banking wants to survive, it must rediscover its virtues.
Artikel von Thomas Fedier, SCHWEIZER MONAT
What is good asset management?
Focusing on business areas with growth potential
When succession needs to be sorted
What sets a truly successful Wealth Manager apart
Asset management in a tight spot
We need more Swiss intuition
The banks have got used to treating their clients without kid gloves in a very short space of time. It’s understandable that they’re anything but happy with that. “We have to seriously ask ourselves whether we’re not putting our qualities as a location on the line”.
Interview with Thomas Fedier, finews.ch
How do I maintain my privacy as a tax-compliant bank customer?
The uncertainty regarding the global economy and the turbulence on the financial markets are awakening more and more desire for security – not just security in the sense of confidence in a bank’s stability, but also in knowing that they have competent partners who are geared towards the long term.
Interview with Thomas Fedier, Finanz und Wirtschaft (only in German)
A good manager’s knowledge and expertise can’t be automated
Self-service tools are ideal for growing small volumes of assets at relatively low cost. However, clients also want to be able to draw on practical support when dealing with challenging life situations, such as a divorce – and computers can’t provide that kind of assistance.
Interview with Thomas Fedier, Le Temps (in French)
The competition hasn’t put an end to us
There are too many private interests
It’s been harmless so far
There are not many good people left in the market
The major banks haven’t exactly made themselves popular
We’ll probably even be taking on new staff
Loyalty to the customer is the key to success
A profession with discreet charm
The independent asset manager is regarded as an alternative to an asset manager at a bank or self management. The roots of this profession go back to the early modern era. The sector, which includes 2,600 companies in Switzerland, is currently experiencing a major upturn.
Article by Thomas Fedier, NZZ (only in German)