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May 31, 1997

Profile: Bank Julius Baer

Talk to two members of the Swiss group's management committee to find out more about their investment philosophy

Zurich's Bahnhofstrasse really is a strange mixture. Running from the station down to the lake, it's a bizarre combination of chic shops, tourist traps and banks, banks, banks. Nestling among the various offices of UBS, Credit Suisse and the like are those of the Julius Baer Group. It may be more discreet than its larger brethren, but it's built quite a reputation for fund management activities with some SFr70bn ($50 bn) in its investment coffers. Julius Baer really is a bit of a strange

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