Your team in Switzerland

Our clients are at the center of everything we do

We serve investors in Switzerland from our offices in Zurich, St. Gallen, Bern, Geneva, and Lugano.

As an active multi-boutique asset manager with global reach, we are committed to providing attractive solutions and premium service for institutional investors and intermediaries.

Our independent investment boutiques stand out for their specialist equity, fixed-income, and multi-asset strategies. We invest with high conviction, supported by bottom-up research and robust risk management, aiming to deliver excellent performance for our clients.

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Where you can find us

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Berne

Vontobel Asset Management AG

Bahnhofplatz 10A

CH-3001 Berne

Switzerland

+41 58 283 22 11

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Geneva

Vontobel Asset Management S.A.

Rue du Rhône 31

CH-1204 Geneva

Switzerland

+41 58 283 25 00

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Lugano

Vontobel Asset Management AG

Via Ferruccio Pelli 1

CH-6900 Lugano

Switzerland

+41 58 283 23 11

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St. Gallen

Vontobel Asset Management AG

Bohl 17

CH-9004 St. Gallen

Switzerland

+41 58 283 41 11

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Zurich

Vontobel Asset Management AG

Genferstrasse 27

CH-8022 Zurich

Switzerland

+41 58 283 71 50

Citizenship

From sustainable investment solutions, to environmental sustainability, through to serving communities: corporate responsibility has a long tradition at Vontobel. The company fulfills its corporate responsibility in every sense – an achievement for which it regularly wins awards.

 

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Insights

Sustainable Equities Boutique
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Viewpoint | Read | 4 min

Embracing net zero targets the right way

With Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh being the venue of this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP), it’s worth remembering that developing economies bear most of the negative effects of emissions mainly produced in industrialized nations. Therefore, the onus is on western companies to go “net zero carbon”, but how to measure their progress? One common yardstick for investors is the carbon footprint method – or the more encompassing “potential avoided emissions” method propagated by Vontobel’s impact investing team.

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