Award-winning: VP Bank’s annual report demonstrates quality

VP Bank Group’s annual report once again receives numerous awards.


2016 semi-annual results of VP Bank Group: consolidated net income of CHF 24.4 million, very high core-capital ratio of 25.7 per cent, appreciable increase in operating results

In the first half of 2016, VP Bank Group generated a consolidated net income of CHF 24.4 million. The core-capital ratio rose from 24.4 percent to 25.7 per cent. As a result of intensive market-development activities, noticeable inflows of net new money could be realised in the first six months of 2016, primarily in Asia and in the area of investment funds. Operating expenses fell by 7.6 per cent.

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Standard & Poor’s maintains “A–” rating for VP Bank and improves outlook to “Stable”

Standard & Poor’s maintains VP Bank’s “A–” rating, and the outlook is now stable.


Preliminary information: VP Bank expects a fall in Group net income for the first half of 2016 – yet operating income is set to increase significantly

Assuming that market circumstances remain unchanged, VP Bank Group expects a fall in Group net income for the first half of 2016 in comparison to the first half of 2015, where the integration of Centrum Bank had a positive one-off effect. Leaving aside this one-off effect, the Bank expects Group net operating income to significantly exceed the prior-year level.

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