Although there was also a last-time charges adjustments, for example, in the case of Raiffeisen (down) and Berner Kantonalbank (down and up). The General level of costs, however, is more consistently high, such as an Online comparison service money of the country, carried out, and on Wednesday published survey shows. The costs for both mandates in the framework of asset management, as well as the investment advice of the most important Swiss Universal banks and the cantonal banks were examined.
After that, a classic asset management costs, with the highest percentage of shares for an amount of 500'000 Swiss francs on average, more than 7'000 Swiss francs per year, or 1.4 percent. For an amount of 1 Million Swiss francs is less than 13'700 Swiss francs per year, or 1.37 percent.
fees comparison in asset management In the case of high-risk, and an investment sum of 1 Million Swiss francs in annual costs 19'500 Swiss francs in Credit Suisse. For the full fees comparison. Table: the money from the country.ch
fees do not include usually all the costs
In these fees but are not included once all of the costs, such as money, land is kept: Mostly taxes, foreign currency, stock and product fees. Of particular importance in the Fund's fees, incurred by many investment management mandates, separately. Thus, according to the money the country can quickly add once more cost of more than 1 percent.
is one of the most expensive surveyed providers, the UBS with the mandate to "Manage Advanced": For a mandate with a medium to share customer numbers with an investment amount of 250'000 CHF 4'375 Swiss francs, for a mandate with a higher percentage of equities even 5'000 Swiss francs per year.
At the deepest the cost of Sparkasse Schwyz. There is total of 250'000 Swiss francs with a medium proportion of shares with the ETF mandate, for a cost of 1'875 CHF per year for a plant.
Even cheaper digital offerings, using mostly passive and cost-effective Exchange Traded Funds (ETF). To belong to the cheapest providers in Switzerland, True Wealth with a flat fee of 0.5 per cent and ELVIA e-invest with a lump sum fee of 0.55 percent.
So that the customer receives, but usually less. In contrast to banks, these so-called Robo Advisors usually not investment advice.
However, although there is between the institutions, considerable differences in the asset management, is considering only a small percentage of customers switching banks. Just 12 percent of the asset management customers would consider in the next few years, a change of one's own party as "likely," wrote the comparison service.
Created: 03.04.2019, 11:24 PM