Sustainable investing with Vontobel

Diverse investment solutions with a positive long-term impact

Vontobel’s sustainable investment solutions fulfill environmental, social and governance criteria, and offer competitive earnings potential.


No investment in controversial weapons

Cluster munitions and landmines are banned by international convention. In 2012, Vontobel approved a Group-wide guideline that prohibits investment in companies that manufacture these types of arms.

Vontobel guidelines on cluster bombs and landmines (PDF)

Sustainability aspects are playing an increasingly important role in investment decisions globally. The focus is on achieving a positive long-term impact on the environment and society without loss of earnings.


Solutions for all requirements

Vontobel has been committed to value-oriented and far-sighted investment for generations. As a pioneer in the field, we have offered you a wide range of sustainable investment solutions since the 1990s.

As an institutional investor, you can obtain the entire range of sustainable solutions from us. These include various equity funds in which sustainability aspects form an important criterion for the valuation and selection of companies. Other strategies focus on trends such as changes in the energy supply, scarce resources, new technologies and water. Investors can also participate in sustainability themes in the form of structured products. In addition, Vontobel manages individual, sustainable mandates.

We offer modern pension solutions for private individuals and entrepreneurs, combining the advantages of pension instruments with modern and professional wealth management.




Bank Vontobel Charitable Foundation

Since 2004, clients have been able to lend their support to various projects focused on social issues, culture, ecology, education and medicine through our charitable foundation. These include organic farming, and an initiative that gives unemployed people a fresh start. In total, the foundation provided CHF 446’200 in donations and grants in financial year 2022 (2021: CHF 369'600).

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