Ralph Kleeb

T: +41 52 548 20 21
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Ralph Kleeb can draw on more than 25 years of advisory experience from his work at universal, foreign and cooperative banks. Starting in September 2021, he has been advising private and institutional clients on all aspects of wealth management as a ZWEI Wealth advisor.


The financial industry needs more fairness and fully independent advisors. Every client is unique and therefore deserves an individual solution when it comes to investing. Ralph Kleeb puts his heart and soul into this, because for him it is a challenge, a fulfilment and a vision of modern Swiss private banking come true.

Education and career

Ralph Kleeb studied economics and business administration at the University of Zurich and, after successfully completing his studies, co-authored an EFTA-wide study on banks and insurance companies. He received comprehensive training in bank marketing at UBS in Zurich and Winterthur, which also included PR and training as a press officer. After completing his training as a Swiss Certified Financial & Investment Expert (now Certified International Wealth Manager), he was drawn to direct client advisory services, where he worked for a German private bank and above all for Raiffeisen for over 20 years as head of wealth and financial advisory.

Language skills

German, English


Ralph Kleeb has been in a happy relationship for over ten years and enjoys life in the Zurich countryside not far from Zurich Airport. He has two grown-up sons from his first marriage, who inherited their father's passions: the elder is a trained photographer, the younger is in a banking apprenticeship. In his spare time, Ralph Kleeb is committed to helping people with disabilities (on the board of the Rotacker Cooperative, Wallisellen) and to the theatre jewel Kammerspiele Seeb. A passionate collector, he has presided over the Zurich-Wiedikon Philatelic Club for many years. After hanging up his beloved football boots on the proverbial nail, he started a career as a golfer, albeit with very mixed success...