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20 years of
independence.
The movie.

The uniqueplatform forasset managers.

The Aquila platform is an alliance of independent Swiss asset management companies and family offices. Aquila platform partners are entrepreneurs in their own right who act independently, free from all conflicts of interest, in the sole interest of their clients. They are linked to Aquila Ltd. through a franchise agreement and a share participation.

The trustedbank for assetmanagers.

Aquila Ltd. has held a banking licence since 2012 and provides a full range of banking services – exclusively for, and together with, asset managers and family offices. It does not compete with them nor does it allow conflicts of interest to arise. It is supervised by the Swiss Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA.

What newsfrom the stockexchange?Aquila Viewpoints.

Where is the journey on the markets heading? Every quarter we discuss the outlook for equities, bonds, commodities, currencies and the world economy.

Snapshots fromthe worldof finance.

Many trends that will change the world tomorrow can already be identified today. Our experts always take a holistic view – keeping you up to date.

Invest with a clear conscience

More and more investors are taking sustainability into account in their investment decisions. They invest in an ESG-compliant manner, i.e. according to the criteria of environmental and social compatibility as well as good corporate governance (Environment, Social, Governance, ESG). In practice,…


The dilemma of climate change is the prisoner’s dilemma

  We show, with the help of an excursion into game theory, why it is so difficult to reach a cooperative solution among all nations regarding “climate change and environmental protection”. We venture a prognosis on whether and how climate change could work.   Climate change…


The fear is going around

Fear, or at least concern, is sweeping the financial markets. Are the current rising prices having a negative impact on growth? Will interest rates rise and strangle the economic recovery? According to the textbooks of national economics, this would be the logical consequence. If it weren’t…