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T. Rowe Price

T. Rowe Price

Founded in 1937 by Thomas Rowe Price, Jr., T. Rowe Price is an independent investment management firm solely focused on providing investment management and long-term results for our clients.

Talstrasse 65
8001 Zürich
+41 44 227 1550

Founded in 1937 by Thomas Rowe Price, Jr., T. Rowe Price is an independent investment management firm solely focused on providing investment management and long-term results for our clients.

A global firm, operating in 49 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East, managing over 1’098 Mrd CHF1 in assets across a full range of investment strategies.

We employ 7’200 people worldwide, including 607 investment professionals and 82 portfolio managers.

Our significant organisational and financial stability (no long-term debt, significant liquid assets and shareholder equity) and experience through all types of market conditions contribute to a proven business strategy designed to produce strong performance for the long-term.

Our head office is based in Baltimore, USA. Additional investment centers are in London and Hong Kong.

Team Contact

Armin Prinz, Relationship Management
Tel: +41 44 227 1556

armin_prinz@troweprice.com


1 The combined assets under management of the T. Rowe Price group of companies in USD and converted to CHF using an exchange rate determined by an independent third party. The T. Rowe Price group of companies includes T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., T. Rowe Price International Ltd, T. Rowe Price Hong Kong Limited, T. Rowe Price Singapore Private Ltd., and T. Rowe Price (Canada), Inc. All figures above are as of 30 June 2019 unless otherwise stated.

Sponsored Articles

Please Be Seated: We Are Crossing a Zone of Turbulence

Most investors’ true investment horizons are far longer than the next few months.

Thomas Poullaouec, Nathan Wang
T. Rowe Price,  March 2020

Crisis Playbook (Part II)—The Power of ''Stop Getting Worse''

Looking beyond to find the best outcomes for clients

David J. Eiswert, Portfolio Manager
T. Rowe Price,  March 2020

Improving Corporate Disclosure on Environmental Issues

Real, long‐term influence demands a multilayered approach.

Maria Elena Drew, Director of Research, Responsible Investing; Donna Anderson, Head of Corporate Governance
T. Rowe Price,  Insights, February 2020

Is There Going to Be a Eurozone Recession in 2020?

The traditional leading indicators are saying different things

Tomasz Wieladek, T. Rowe Price International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Insights, February 2020

Why Deleveraging Is The True Culprit Weighing On Global Growth

Fears over “secular stagnation” appear to be overdone.

Nikolaj Schmidt, Chief International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Investment Insights, 6 February 2020

Will the Reflation Theme Continue in 2020?

A closer look at how fixed income markets could perform this year.

Global Fixed Income Team
T. Rowe Price,  January 2020

Comfortable With the Uncomfortable

The “reflation trade” appears real, but risks are still elevated.

David R. Giroux, CIO for Equity and Multi-Asset; Justin Thomson, CIO, International Equities; Mark J. Vaselkiv, CIO of Fixed Income
T. Rowe Price,  December 2019

An Active Stance on Disruption

Putting pensions on the right side of change

T. Rowe Price,  December 2019

A New Era of Active Management Looms

The period ahead will likely be less suitable for passive strategies.

Yoram Lustig, Head of Multi-Asset Solutions
T. Rowe Price,  November 2019

Do Yield Curve Inversions Still Predict Recessions in the Age of QE?

Why central bank stimulus may muddy the waters.

Tomasz Wieladek , T. Rowe Price International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Market Insights, November 2019

Why Central Bank Independence Could Become a Thing of the Past

Declining credibility and the rise of populism pose significant challenges.

Nikolaj Schmidt, Chief International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Insights on Macroeconomics, September 2019

Global Asset Allocation:

The view from EMEA

Yoram Lustig, Head of Multi‑Asset Solutions, EMEA
T. Rowe Price,  Market Insights, September 30 2019

Recession Risk Muted Despite Curve Flattening

Key signals indicate aging expansion rather than imminent downturn.

T. Rowe Price Chief U.S. Economist; Tomasz Wieladek, T. Rowe Price International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Insights on Global Economics, June 2019

Japanese Banks Are Cheap—But for Good Reason

Value investors are being tempted back into the sector,
but problems remain.

Archibald Ciganer, Portfolio Manager, T. Rowe Price Japan Equity Strategy
T. Rowe Price,  Insights on Japanese Equity, March 2019