For more than 200 years, Pictet Wealth Management has been helping private clients and family offices to build their businesses, protect, grow and control their wealth and preserve it for future generations.

About Pictet Wealth Management

Trusted Wealth Manager

Building long-term partnership is how we work with clients: we take the time to listen to you and understand your goals.

We build investment solutions based on your needs, not on our products or solutions. We must ensure stability today, but also tomorrow. That is why sustainability lies at the heart of our values.

Our bankers walk beside clients as financial advisors: we make sure that you achieve your goals. 

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What we do for our clients

Key figures & awards

  • CHF 233 BN
    USD 254 BN
    EUR 216 BN

    Assets under management

  • 22

    Offices worldwide

  • 590 +
    590 +
    590 +

    Investment professionals

Global Private Banking Awards

For the 8th time since 2009, Pictet was awarded “Best Private Bank in Europe” by the jury at the Financial Times Group Global Private Banking Awards 2020. It was also named “Best Private Bank in Switzerland” for the 9th year running. The awards underline the Pictet Group's financial solidity, the success of its business model, its ability to withstand market turmoil and its values.

The Global Private Banking Awards are based on an in-depth analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data gathered from several hundred private banks, wealth managers and family offices operating worldwide.

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We are renowned for our client servicing, our operational integrity and our entrepreneurial spirit. If you are willing to become a client or have any question, our financial advisors are happy to hear more from you.

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