Genuine private bankers

It is incumbent on us to exercise special care with the assets our clients entrust to us. As genuine private bankers, our partners have unlimited liability. Their own private assets are on the line.

The future needs a past

Driven by the innermost conviction of an uncompromising focus on clients, Karl Reichmuth and his son Christof laid the foundations for today’s Reichmuth & Co Privatbankiers in 1996. In setting up Switzerland’s youngest genuine private bank with unlimited liability, they set a clear signal for responsible Swiss banking services that focus solely on the client.

Owner managed family company

We make sure we follow our family values when it comes to our clients. A long-term promise in a fast-moving age.

Unlimited liability

As our partners have unlimited and joint and several liability, they are especially risk-conscious. This is reflected in our long-term focus and our very cautious approach to our balance sheet.

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Facts and Figures

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20 years Reichmuth – Language: Swiss German with English subtitles

«Independence is the foundation of our owner-managed family business. We arrive at our own opinions and critically question the present and the future.»

Christof Reichmuth

partner with unlimited liability

Facts & Figures

4 locations

25 years of experience

100+ employees

> CHF 10 AuM

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News

Video Market Outlook 1st Quarter

With the economic recovery, the stock markets also performed well last year. However, we are not only taking the positive economic momentum into the new year, but also the consequences of the ultra-loose monetary policy. The pandemic is not yet over, and the huge fiscal policy to stimulate the economy is also a concern.

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Market outlook 2022 – «Tempora mutantur»

Recording of our «Market Outlook 2022»

Video Market Outlook 4th Quarter

In the past quarter, the stock markets moved sideways, with the economy losing momentum. The global growth engine China has started to sputter. As China stabilizes, we expect the global cyclical recovery to resume in the final quarter.

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