Private Banking

Put sustainability at the heart of your wealth management strategy

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    Individual asset management and tailor-made advice


Highest rated financial institution in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg The ideal partner to manage your wealth

The Luxembourg Bank par excellence offers a wide range of services and is globally recognised for its good results and reliability.

  • Luxembourg’s leading financial institution

    Founded in 1856

  • Single and stable ownership

    The State of Luxembourg

  • Outstanding financial stability

    Standard & Poor’s rating

Spuerkeess supports you in your projects

At the forefront of the Luxembourg market A distinguished expertise

Highly qualified and experienced Private Banking advisors guarantee advice tailored to customer needs

Alain Uhres - Head of Department & Senior Vice President - Private Banking

Your wealth in good hands Your wealth will be managed according to your investor profile and a strategy agreed upon in advance

With our Private Banking Unit, you benefit from:

  • a highly stable financial partner,
  • the expertise of qualified and experienced professionals,
  • and individual and personalized monitoring,
  • a relationship of trust over the long term.

Discover our Private Banking brochures

  • Brochure "Private Banking"

    Brochure "Private Banking"

    The brochure gives an overview of Spuerkeess's Private Banking services.

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  • Brochure "Oddo BHF"

    Brochure "Oddo BHF"

    The brochure tells you about the qualities of both Spuerkeess and ODDO BHF and explains how this new collaboration is…

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The european directive MIFID II Knowing you better - serving you better

What is MIFID II?

MiFID II is the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive which is in force since of 3 January 2018. It reinforces legislation by strengthening investor protection and transparency.

Discover our last publications

  • Sunshine returns, volatility dissipates.

    We all wondered where the sun went in May. It certainly shone on the equity markets, marking their recovery after a volatile month of April. Global equities rose by nearly 2,5% in euro, returning to or even exceeding the highs reached by the stock market indices at the end of March.

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  • When appetite is strong, everything is strong.

    As March drew to a close in the first quarter of the year, investors continued to benefit from a very favourable environment.

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  • Celebrating the records reached

    The financial markets remained buoyant in February, with the strong performance of equities in particular continuing to set the tone. The global equity index rose by 4,7% in euros, posting a performance of more than 7% in 2024, thus enabling it to continue its momentum.

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  • A rigorous approach in the US.

    January was a positive month for equity markets, whose upward trajectory continued in line with the last quarter of 2023. Global equities returned nearly 3% in euros, driven by the US markets (+3.5% in euros), which are still surfing the artificial intelligence wave. In Europe, the performance was positive, but remained more modest than that of the US, at 1.6%. Meanwhile, emerging markets are still struggling as they continue to bear the brunt of a Chinese economy in the midst of a real estate crisis.

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  • Editorial Q4 2023

    À chaque début d’année revient l’enthousiasme accompagné de son lot de bonnes résolutions. Parés de nos lunettes roses chargées de belles perspectives, on se dit que forcément, tout sera meilleur et plus accessible cette année : prendre du temps pour soi et ceux qui nous sont chers, nous débarrasser des quelques kilos superflus et manger plus sainement, dire stop au tabac, bouger davantage et faire plus de sport… et j’en passe ! Des propos chargés d’espoir qui véhiculent notre bonne foi à insuffler, pour de vrai cette fois-ci, le changement dans notre vie.

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  • Investment Update - January 2024 - A Happy Ending to 2023

    The financial markets ended 2023 on a very positive note: very favourable economic data pointed to a resilient economy, inflation stabilised and the US central bank (Fed) opened the door to rate cuts in 2024. In short, the markets are almost fully buying into the renowned soft landing scenario.

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  • Time for action

    The scene observed in September in financial markets continued to play out over the month of October. Indeed, the period of volatility continued and equity markets lost nearly 3% in euro terms, while bond yields continued to rise.

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  • Markets, don't you see anything coming?

    After a moment of hesitation in May, equity markets picked up more strongly: the global markets posted a performance of more than 3% in euro, making June the second strongest month of the year after January.

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  • An unfortunate trio of factors

    In September, the equity markets remained caught in the trap of the sluggish momentum that began in August: global equities lost nearly 2% in euros at the end of the month (i.e. 4% in dollars; we will return to the currency effect later). We are therefore immersed in a global environment that is rather hostile to risk-taking, for which there are many reasons: rising rates, a rise in oil prices and the dollar, not to mention the usual adverse seasonal effect on the markets.

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