What companies do the Rothschild own?
Edmond de Rothschild group includes these companies.
- Banque privée Edmond de Rothschild – Swiss private banking firm.
- Compagnie Financière Edmond de Rothschild – French private bank.
- La Compagnie Benjamin de Rothschild.
- Cogifrance – Real estate.
- Compagnie Vinicole Baron Edmond de Rothschild – wine making firm.
Is Rothschild purely advisory?
But also because Rothschild’s business is purely advisory. This means that, unlike integrated investment banks, we don’t sell financial products to our clients so our advice is not conflicted.
How many countries does Rothschild operate in?
One of the world’s largest independent financial services groups. With a team of 3,600 talented financial services specialists on the ground in over 40 countries across the world, we deliver a unique global perspective across four market-leading business divisions.
What do the Rothschilds invest in?
The trust owns a spread of investments from property and gold to shares listed in emerging markets. Currency exposure is also actively managed. The trust holds some shares directly; examples, named in the trust’s half-year report to the end of June, include eBay, Walt Disney and Samsung Electronics.
What sets Rothschild apart?
Rothschild’s hand is strengthened by the fact that they are an advisory only, independent investment bank, meaning they avoid the conflicts of interest which banks that trade, invest and advise sometimes encounter.
Is Rothschild a good bank?
Rothschild & Co is consistently in the top 10 global investment banks for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory by Thompson Reuters by both number and size of deals. In 2018, as with previous years, the firm ranked 1st globally and 1st in Europe by number of completed M&A transactions.
What do the Rothschilds do?
In addition to banking and finance, the Rothschild businesses have encompassed mining, energy, real estate, and winemaking. From the early 19th century the family has been known for its considerable charitable activities, particularly in the arts and education.