Banque Bonhôte

Banque Bonhôte & Cie SA is a private bank with headquarters in Neuchâtel and recently opened branches in Biel-Bienne (2004), Geneva (2009) and Bern (2011). Its main focus of business is around financial and wealth management, private banking and institutional asset management. The smaller size of the bank allows for a more privileged and closer relationship with clients, thus allowing for tailored banking solutions.

Brief History

First founded in 1815 as the first private bank in Neuchâtel by Louis Petitmaître, the bank finally became known as Banque Bonhôte & Cie in 1903 when the founder’s son joined forces with Paul Bonhôte. The bank has been in private hands since 1992 with Yves de Montmollin being the bank’s head as of 2014.


Banque Bonhôte & Cie SA prides itself in having a compact structure that leads to effective banking services, flexibility and quick adaptability to the ever changing markets. The bank’s smaller size further ensures that clients have a more personalized approach to quality services provided to them.

  • Wealth Management – Private clients get to enjoy a privileged and close relationship with a Banque Bonhôte & Cie SA that sees professionals paying close attention to their needs and providing tailored solutions.
  • Institutional Clients – By establishing the bond trust, Banque Bonhôte & Cie works closely with its larger institutional clients while still providing personalized service to tackle their unique challenges in a volatile market.
  • Independent Asset Managers – Banque Bonhôte & Cie works very closely with clients and the bank’s small size ensures that there are quick and detailed follow-ups on meetings. Services provided under Asset Management include trading services, e-services, investment advisory services and access to detailed publications around finance and investment.

Useful Information

Head Office

2, quai Ostervald
2001 Neuchâtel

+41 32 722 10 00

Banque Bonhôte SWIFT / BIC codes


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