The foundations of today's Kuoni Mueller & Partner were laid during the economic crisis. How did the company founders assert themselves? Thanks to a unique business model, a creative marketing, an international orientation and through the personal commitment of each partner.
With the official takeover of 83% of the shares in the KMP Group by Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd. on October 1st, 2021 we also adjusted our logo.
Kuoni Mueller & Partner and Julius Bär announced today that they have entered into an agreement to acquire 83% of the shares in Kuoni Mueller & Partner, a leading real estate service provider based in Zurich. The two companies will expand their real estate offering in Switzerland.
Supporting property and portfolio owners in the area of portfolio- and asset-management.
Prepared for the future: KMP receives a new logo.
Successful marketing: 20'000 m2 office spaces
Successful transaction of a development area
Successful marketing: over 200 condos
KMP becomes an alliance partner of BNP Paribas Real Estate, expanding its international network.
Due to the subprime crisis, an upcoming Jelmoli transaction bursted (> CHF 3 billion).
One of the largest corporate real estate project development mandates in Switzerland.
Successfully marketed and searched for investors
KMP handles the first two major capital market transactions (UBS Warburg, Recovery UBS)
At the same time, the dot-com bubble is bursting.
Imperial building (Zurich), Grafenau office building (Zug) and a prestigious commercial building (Geneva)
KMP gains access to the international market and was soon able to complete the first major asset deals in Switzerland.
Professional real estate services were in demand during the real estate crisis. For the first 10 years, KMP evaluated all the properties of crisis-ridden borrowers on behalf of the banks.
Already common practice in the Anglo-Saxon area, but a novelty in this country in 1989: the marketing of office and commercial spaces. The founding of Kuoni Mueller & Partner was thus sealed for Philippe Mueller and Manfred Kuoni.