Growth happens by virtue of doing the right things. For us, it is not an end in itself.
Investment services for pension funds, financial institutions, sovereign wealth funds, intermediaries and their clients
Insights for investors
|Trump administration||Views from Pictet's economists on a Trump administration's long and short-term economic impact|
In the media
In spite of the political uncertainty across Europe this year, there are opportunities for investors, explains Laurent Ramsey, Partner and CEO of Pictet Asset Management.
Pictet and Sustainability
Given the importance of the transition to a low-carbon economy and renewable energy sources, Pictet has supported the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s work on the World Energy Outlook (2016).
By 2030 up to 15 per cent of passenger vehicles sold globally will be fully autonomous. Driverless cars and technology open up new investment opportunities.
Shares and Bonds in Switzerland
For individual and institutional investors, we offer a range of hedge fund strategies as well as manager selection and portfolio management in hedge funds, private equity and private real estate.
Across all significant asset classes, we offer best-in-class execution services and seamless coverage around the clock through our worldwide trading desks.
Pictet North America Advisors SA has been created to help US private clients, families and institutions manage and diversify their portfolios.
Meet employees across the Group, learn how they came to Pictet and what matters to them
After working as an assistant in asset management, Kalina joined the Investment Communication side of Pictet Wealth Management in 2004 and now she heads a team of four people.
Pictet Wealth Management - The Next Generation
The third Next Generation Event took place in Geneva last September, with 50 Next Gens from 22 different nationalities attending. The event focused on the challenges the rising generation faces in today's complex environment.
CHF 12.4 billion net new money
For the calendar year ended 31 December 2016, the Pictet Group reported a 2% rise in operating income to CHF 2.177 billion, and a 7% fall in consolidated profit to CHF 422 million.