SIPA Trading offers our Swiss clients access to our discretionary asset management program in conjunction with a leading online bank and trading platform.
SIPA Trading is the Wealth Management division of the SIPA Group, catering specifically to clients based in Switzerland. Our core business is discretionary asset management, which we provide in co-operation with one of the leading online trading platforms and banks in Switzerland.

Our clients are unique and so is our approach. Our model portfolio is based on active management and the use of proprietary macro and micro analysis to actively select allocations which can generate better returns than Global indexes.

Independent

We are truly independent and do not receive any remuneration from 3rd parties. This ensures that we focus 100% on the performance of our client’s portfolios and always act in their best interest. All our clients are invoiced directly, ensuring that our fee structure is 100% transparent.

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Dedicated staff

We have dedicated Front and Back Office staff who are always ready to assist our clients. The client can further access their account online through the SWISSQUOTE platform at any time to monitor the development.

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News about trading

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Top Economic News Week 47

NOT SO FAST How big a risk is a global economic recession? Recently, hopes of a fledgling growth turnaround were doused by data showing China’s factory output growth slowing in October and Japan’s economy grinding to a standstill in Q3....

Top Economic News Week 46

BACK TO ZERO Few people will be brave enough to call the end of the 30-year bond bull run, but the idea that sub-zero borrowing costs may not be around forever is one people are increasingly willing to entertain. Upbeat...

OECD cuts forecast for Swiss economic growth citing trade tensions

Swiss economic growth will slow to 0.8% in 2019 and remain below the country’s long-term average next year, the OECD said on Monday, citing increasing risks from low interest rates and international trade tensions. A slowdown in the European economy...

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