from Graffenried Holding
|von Graffenried Holding AG
Services for assets
|Seat||Bern , Switzerland|
( Chairman of the Board of Directors )
|Number of employees||230|
|Branch||Bank , real estate , fiduciary and legal services|
|Private bank Von Graffenried AG|
|Board of Directors||Stephan Herren (President)|
|Board||Marcel Eggimann (CEO)|
The von Graffenried Holding AG , based in Bern, is a Swiss group of companies specializing in asset management and related services . It was completely owned by Charles von Graffenried (1925–2012), a representative of the Bernese patrician family von Graffenried , until his death in July 2012 .
Field of activity
The group of companies has its roots in the notary and trustee office founded by Charles von Graffenried's father . From the 1950s onwards, this was gradually expanded to include property management and management, securities management and management, and tax advice . Today the group of companies is divided into four subsidiaries specializing in their field in the areas of banking , real estate, trust and law . According to the business magazine Bilanz , the von Graffenried Group is probably the largest property owner in the city of Bern.
Private bank Von Graffenried AG
The asset management company, which was founded in 1979, was converted into a bank in 1992 after the Swiss Federal Banking Commission was granted a banking license . As a private bank, it specializes in private banking as well as investment advice and asset management for private and institutional clients .
The von Graffenried AG Liegenschaften focuses on real estate services in the Berne and the Mittelland region . In addition to the management of commercial and residential buildings, the company also takes on the planning, organization and monitoring of the construction, conversion or renovation of properties as well as advisory and brokerage contracts.
Trust and Law
The fiduciary sector includes services such as auditing , bookkeeping and administration, salary administration, employee benefits, tax advice and invoicing for private individuals, small and medium-sized companies , pension institutions, traditional foundations and non-profit organizations.
The legal division essentially includes advice on legal issues and various related services.
- Entry in the bank master of Swiss Interbank Clearing
- Business magazine Bilanz, December 2004 issue of November 24, 2004
- Swiss Federal Banking Commission, 1992 Annual Report (PDF file; 12.43 MB)