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Private bankers

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  • Private bankers

    Swiss Private Bankers Association

    Private banks are among the oldest banks in Switzerland. They have the legal form of individually owned firms, collective and limited partnerships. Private bankers are subject to unlimited liability with their personal assets. Their field of activity is asset management, chiefly for private clients. As a rule, the private banks do not publicly offer to accept savings deposits.

 
Private bankers
  Banks, staff, branches Assets Liabilities Profit and Loss
Year Banks count Bank staff amount Bank registered offices count Amount of banks local branches Amount of banks foreign branches Total amount of banks branches Banks total assets Banks liquid assets Banks money market paper held Banks claims against banks Banks claims against customers Banks mortgage claims Banks securities and precious metals trading portfolios Banks money market paper issued Banks liabilities towards banks Banks liabilities towards customers Mediumterm bank issued notes Bonds and loans by central mortgage bond institutions Banks total equity Banks capital Banks net interest income Banks net income from commission business and services Banks profit for year Banks loss for year
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1977 2,077 266 19 676 506 23 453 0 188 1,426 6 0 320 236
1978 2,346 367 21 774 544 30 456 0 231 1,644 5 0 313 227
1979 2,343 267 39 835 563 36 439 0 268 1,581 3 0 323 237
1980 2,635 260 37 985 686 43 412 0 361 1,675 3 0 346 256
1981 2,857 248 33 1,210 669 47 395 0 337 1,904 2 0 365 274
1982 25 3,501 315 47 1,625 697 49 476 0 436 2,381 2 0 386 293
1983 25 3,708 307 55 1,638 782 50 535 0 521 2,457 2 0 406 320
1984 24 3,509 285 56 1,539 801 38 502 0 497 2,285 2 0 395 301
1985 24 4,226 468 48 1,842 964 44 594 0 637 2,681 2 0 425 315
1986 24 4,621 399 40 2,156 1,070 44 656 0 780 2,844 2 0 483 346
1987 23 5,494 510 61 2,844 1,002 51 681 0 679 3,780 2 0 570 359
1988 22 5,025 255 48 2,367 1,138 59 827 0 806 3,216 2 0 586 374
1989 22 5,624 256 43 2,687 1,388 81 740 0 783 3,650 2 0 623 411
1990 22 5,581 244 66 2,607 1,332 116 747 0 780 3,639 1 0 646 428
1991 19 5,334 321 134 2,390 1,196 118 691 0 690 3,408 1 0 644 440
1992 19 5,858 142 295 2,510 1,564 129 716 0 1,086 3,551 1 0 664 452
1993 18 7,456 306 149 3,784 1,724 146 790 0 1,696 4,257 19 0 676 448
1994 17 6,847 326 345 3,024 1,565 152 832 0 1,217 4,230 19 0 738 473
1995 17 7,126 165 173 3,374 1,624 156 890 0 1,303 4,335 19 0 761 478
1996 17 9,298 186 293 4,778 2,045 165 420 0 1,554 5,983 19 0 800 516
1997 16 11,494 615 738 5,902 2,111 154 212 2 1,649 7,813 19 0 838 522
1998 16 12,961 602 2,223 5,799 1,937 196 228 0 1,912 8,708 15 0 920 564
1999 17 15,448 1,232 1,864 6,525 2,907 224 254 1 2,141 10,453 15 0 1,001 600
2000 17 18,424 440 2,181 8,364 3,537 264 231 0 2,933 11,469 0 0 1,114 632
2001 17 17,374 538 2,083 8,315 3,130 332 237 2 3,296 11,157 0 0 1,203 697
2002 15 16,222 2,018 2,204 6,549 2,420 146 188 0 2,176 11,546 0 0 704 567
2003 15 17,427 1,244 2,590 7,853 2,248 161 221 0 2,085 12,529 0 0 705 608
2004 14 16,807 543 2,141 8,179 2,279 179 248 0 2,671 10,734 0 0 785 677
2005 14 17,207 297 1,516 8,217 3,392 188 527 0 2,728 11,324 0 0 823 699
2006 14 18,561 1,055 888 9,069 3,358 205 763 0 4,066 11,027 0 0 888 739
 


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