Kathrein Privatbank Aktiengesellschaft - partner in a financially strong banking group

Kathrein Privatbank Aktiengesellschaft, founded in 1924 as a private bank, is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International AG, which emerged in October 2010 from a merger of the operative business of Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG (RZB) and Raiffeisen International. Thus Kathrein acts in affiliation with one of the leading banking groups in Austria and Eastern Europe.
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In addition to retail banking clients - in particular domestic and foreign entrepreneurs and foundations - institutional clients such as insurance corporations, pension funds, banks and investment companies/umbrella funds are a second major target group for Kathrein.

Many of the Kathrein funds are admitted to public sale in Germany as well as in Austria.
Kathrein's USP in wealth management has been its quantitative investment style, which it has employed consistently since 1999. With this type of portfolio management, all investment decisions are based solely on mathematical models.
Many of the Kathrein funds are admitted to public sale in Germany as well as in Austria. Kathrein's USP in wealth management has been its quantitative investment style, which it has employed consistently since 1999. With this type of portfolio management, all investment decisions are based solely on mathematical models.
Most of the models used by Kathrein are proprietary creations of our portfolio management team. Kathrein funds have received multiple awards over the years in Austria and abroad.