myPB is a multiple family office boutique committed to providing customized services and creating comprehensive solutions to assist individuals and their families in their personal financial planning.

Faithful to our Swiss traditions, we aim at a long-term relationship shaped on a family office model. Our goal is to represent a center of stability for families to ensure the preservation and growth of their financial assets and family heritage. We focus our resources in bringing together common interests in asset protection (through measurement of intrinsic values), cost control, financial education, family philanthropy and a host of other needs.

Because we are not tied to any one financial institution, our role is to act on behalf of the interests of our clients, serving as a single point of contact and providing the most conflict-of-interest free advice. Our added value is measured not only by the performances generated in the accounts under our responsibility, but also by other less tangible yet equally important aspects of our relationship with our clients.
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When central bank go all-in one

After the first two weeks of the year metamorphosed from the worst ever for equity markets into another epic market reflation, risk assets managed to finish the quarter more or less unchanged notwithstanding a barrage of downbeat macro economic data and news. As with each preceding market drawdown, the easy money cacophony grew louder with each tick lower in the S&P until the monetary suzerains delivered their goodies. And delivered they did! This will be remembered as the quarter when all major central banks took out their monetary bazookas: first off to the race was the PBOC with a mind blogging credit expansion of over half a trillion dollar in January alone (that’s almost the Swiss GDP) and a projected 3 trillion dollars for the full calendar year (add a Germany GDP to the credit tab). China credit bubble of 35 trillion dollars and counting is truly on its way to put to shame the US sub-prime bubble. (more)