Welcome to Maerki Baumann & Co. AG
private bank in Zurich

Maerki Baumann & Co. AG is an innovative, family‑owned private bank with a strong banking tradition. Its headquarters are in Zurich, Switzerland. We are active in private banking and concentrate fully on our core business of investment advisory and asset management. Our very solid capital base, commitment to transparency and decision not to develop or sell products of our own assure clients a high level of independence and security. We earn the trust of our private and institutional clients by focusing our business activities on their needs. The same is true of the services we provide external asset managers.

Services for our clients

Our relationships with clients are based on professionalism and partnership. Our services are oriented on the individual requirements and personal preferences of clients across all segments:

  • Private clients
  • External asset managers
  • Indirect real estate investments

Services

What makes us special

Our bank offers a high level of independence and security, consistent service orientation as well as broadly based competences, and this allows us to distinguish ourselves from our competitors:

  • Independent, family‑owned bank
  • Personalised client advising
  • Individual investment solutions
  • Security
  • Innovative business model

Differentiation

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  • News

    Not too hot, not too cold?

    15.04.2015 - 

    May the current global economic environment be considered as "not too hot, not too cold"? Neither is the economy growing so strong that a surge in inflation has to be expected in the near term nor is growth so weak that one has to fear a significant fall in corporate profitability – just about right for further stock price rises in the months ahead.

    Author: Daniel Egger, Chief Investment Officer / Medium: Investment Policy

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    Are equities steeply valued?

    24.03.2015 - 

    We are at the beginning of the seventh year of a bull market dating back to the dark days of March 2009. Given the significant price rises of late, it seems reasonable to ask where we find ourselves now in the stock market cycle. The long-term valuation indicators are not cheap anymore, however capital market yields remain low. As these have risen ahead of every significant contraction of the cyclically-adjusted price/earnings ratio («Shiller-PE») that took place in the last 70 years, we would advise to add to equities whenever equity markets correct on short-term basis.

    Author: Daniel Egger, Chief Investment Officer / Medium: Investment Comment

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    Parallels with 1986?

    11.03.2015 - 

    Can we make out any parallels with 1986? The oil price collapse, at least, can be said to be comparable with the present-day situation. In 1986, the resulting decline in inflation caused interest rates to fall to 10-year lows, while growth was running at between 3% and 4%. It was only when inflation started to rise significantly from the first quarter of 1987 on (from 1% to more than 3%) that the following months saw a sharp rise in bond yields and finally, in October 1987, the stock market crash. If a similar situation emerges this time around, we should be heading for good stock market sentiment over the coming months.

    Author: Daniel Egger, Chief Investment Officer / Medium: Investment Policy

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    Currency wars

    24.02.2015 - 

    The term "currency war" has appeared rather frequently in recent weeks. What does it mean? Have there been cases of currency wars in the past? How does the current situation look like? In the investment comment, we give our view to the statement that over the medium term, the stability of the financial system is at risk if only monetary policy is to be used as a cure for the weak economic growth environment.

    Author: Daniel Egger, Chief Investment Officer / Medium: Investment Comment

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Contact

Head Office
Dreikoenigstrasse 6
CH‑8002 Zurich
Phone: +41 44 286 25 25

Lugano Branch Office
Contrada di Sassello 2
CH‑6900 Lugano
Phone: +41 91 922 26 21

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