Frequently asked questions
We've collected some of the most common questions we are asked.
Q. What is your minimum client size?
A: Our clients include entrepreneurs, wealth inheritors and family businesses. While we do not have a rigid minimum client size, we find our services are most relevant to those with over €5 million to invest. To discuss our services in more detail, please contact the Rothschild office that is most convenient for you.
Q. How do I become a client?
A. It is crucial that we understand each client's individual circumstances and priorities. Investing time with each new client and their advisers is central to our approach. To discuss becoming a client with one of our relationship managers, please contact the Rothschild office that is most convenient for you.
Q. Where are your offices?
We offer independent advice to individuals and families from over 90 countries around the world. We have wealth management and trust offices in key financial centres throughout Europe, Asia and the Caribbean. In Europe, our principal client offices are in Zurich, London, Geneva, Guernsey, Frankfurt, Madrid and Barcelona. Our principal client offices in Asia are in Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
To view a complete list of our offices around the world, please visit the Contact Us section.
Q. What wealth management and trust services do you offer?
We offer a comprehensive range of services for private clients. These include expert guidance on efficient tax and succession planning, active portfolio management from experienced professionals and a discreet banking service.
To find out more, please visit Our Services.
Q. What makes Rothschild different from any other private banking and trust service?
A . Rothschild has served private clients for over 200 years. Four guiding principles define the way that we work: objective advice, personal commitment, family values and intellectual rigour. These principles shape everything we do. They are central to our ethos and at the heart of our commitment to each of our clients. To find out more, please visit Our people and culture.