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Vontobel Holding AG (VONN.S)

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Fri, Jul 27 2018

Swiss bank Vontobel to cut up to 140 jobs at Notenstein La Roche

ZURICH Swiss private bank Vontobel could cut up to a third of the workforce at Notenstein La Roche after it completed the takeover of its smaller rival.

Swiss bank Vontobel to cut up to 140 jobs at Notenstein La Roche

ZURICH, July 5 Swiss private bank Vontobel could cut up to a third of the workforce at Notenstein La Roche after it completed the takeover of its smaller rival.

Vontobel aims to boost targets after Notenstein takeover

ZURICH, June 11 Swiss bank Vontobel aims to increase its 2020 return on equity target after its 700 million Swiss franc ($710 million)takeover of private bank Notenstein La Roche, finance chief Martin Sieg told an investor presentation on Monday.

Vontobel's move for Notenstein shakes up Swiss private banking

ZURICH Private bank Vontobel is buying smaller competitor Notenstein La Roche from Swiss cooperative bank Raiffeisen [RFSHW.UL] for $705 million, the first in what industry insiders expect could be a new wave of consolidation in the sector.

Vontobel to buy private bank from Raiffeisen for $700 million

ZURICH Swiss private bank and asset manager Vontobel is buying private bank Notenstein La Roche from Swiss cooperative bank Raiffeisen [RFSHW.UL] for 700 million Swiss francs ($705 million), the two parties said on Thursday.

Vontobel buys private bank Notenstein La Roche for 700 mln Sfr

ZURICH, May 24 Swiss private bank and asset manager Vontobel is buying private bank Notenstein La Roche from Swiss cooperative bank Raiffeisen for 700 million Swiss francs ($705.08 million), the two parties said on Thursday.

Swiss bank Vontobel sees good start to 2018

ZURICH Swiss private bank and asset manager Vontobel has had a strong start to the year, Chief Executive Zeno Staub said at the group's annual general meeting on Wednesday.

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