vontobel holding ag


  • Vontobel Holding AG is a Swiss private banking and investment management group headquartered in Zurich.

  • • 2009 In May 2009, Bank Vontobel Europe AG, which is headquartered in Munich and is a 100% subsidiary of the Vontobel Group, commences operations in Germany after being granted
    a full banking license.

  • • 1984 Bank J. Vontobel & Co is transformed into a limited liability corporation and the Group companies are combined within Vontobel Holding AG.

  • This is followed by Vontobel Asset Management AG in 1988, Vontobel Bank & Trust Company Ltd in Grand Cayman and Vontobel Fonds Services AG in 1990, and Vontobel Fund Management
    SA in Luxembourg in 1991.

  • Vontobel holds a 51% stake in the new company and 49% is held by the management.

  • The Vontobel Group establishes VT Wealth Management AG, an independent wealth management company for Swiss and international private clients.

  • The Vontobel Group launches transaction banking services for banks in Switzerland and Liechtenstein under the name VONSYS Vontobel Solutions for Your Sourcing.

  • • 2006 In January 2006, Vontobel acquires 56% of the share capital of Harcourt Investment Consulting AG from the Dutch firm NIBCapital N.V. Harcourt, which is domiciled in
    Zurich, is a leading provider of fund-of-hedge-funds and asset management mandates in the area of alternative investments for major institutional clients.

  • • 2005 Vontobel Financial Products GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, is founded.

  • The integration of Commerzbank (Schweiz) results in a 20% increase in the volume of client assets held by the Vontobel Group’s Private Banking business.

  • • 2015 Vontobel announced it had acquired a 60 percent stake in Britain’s TwentyFour Asset Management, its first acquisition since Commerzbank in 2009.

  • • 2008 Vontobel Holding AG establishes a 100% subsidiary in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).


Works Cited

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b c “Our locations”. Our locations | Vontobel. Retrieved 2021-08-09.
4. ^ [1] Swiss Private Bank Vontobel Fires Three Top Executives After Internet Bank Project Fails
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Reuters. 25 March 2015.
6. ^ “Swiss Banking Industry Consolidation to Continue, Scheidt Says”. Finews.com. 19 September 2016.
7. ^ “Vontobel patriarch Hans Vontobel dies aged 99”. Reuters. 4 January 2016.
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