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Vontobel Holding AG (0QKE.IL)

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69.600.00 (0.00%)
At close: 06:09PM BST
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Previous close69.60
Open69.20
Bid67.90 x N/A
Ask71.30 x N/A
Day's range69.20 - 70.30
52-week range57.75 - 89.80
Volume5,933
Avg. volume13,826
Market cap3.969B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.44
PE ratio (TTM)13.16
EPS (TTM)5.29
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield3.00 (4.35%)
Ex-dividend date08 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Business Wire

    Vontobel to acquire UBS’s Swiss Financial Advisers business serving US clients seeking geographic diversification

    NEW YORK & ZURICH, December 16, 2021--Vontobel, the global investment firm, today announced it signed an agreement to purchase UBS Swiss Financial Advisers AG, based in Zurich

  • Reuters

    Vontobel to open new Miami office in U.S. wealth push

    Swiss wealth and asset manager Vontobel plans to open a new wealth management office in Miami as it looks to grab a greater share of the North American market, its chief executive told Reuters. "Within the U.S., there is a migration of wealth from the North to the South," Chief Executive Zeno Staub said in an interview. The Zurich-based lender, which manages just under 300 billion Swiss francs ($326 billion) for private and institutional investors, is looking to expand in the United States, while also breaking into new markets and using digitalisation to offer its funds to a broader client pool, he said.

  • Reuters

    Vontobel and Candriam back Belize's barrier reef 'superbond' buyback

    LONDON (Reuters) -Belize edged closer on Friday to securing a unique environmentally-friendly debt restructuring after two more of its 'superbond' holders publicly backed a plan that would see the serial defaulter commit to protecting its giant barrier reef. The government of Belize laid out a groundbreaking proposal last week offering to buy back the $526.5 million bond with help from U.S.-headquartered, non-profit organisation The Nature Conservancy https://www.nature.org/en-us/what-we-do/our-insights/perspectives/an-audacious-plan-to-save-the-worlds-oceans. A key part of the deal is that the government will fund a $23.4 million marine conservation trust that would help protect the world's second-largest barrier reef, damaged in the past by offshore oil drilling and overdevelopment.