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  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    UBS Comp Plan: No News is Good News

    Wirehouse advisors dislike dealing with significant plan changes at the end of each year, but that’s been par for the course. “In general, advisors prefer to have no changes,” compensation consultant Andy Tasnady tells the publication. “It’s one less thing [for them] to worry about.” UBS’ 6,900 advisors will still have a pay grid with a top rate of 50%, and the combined team grid introduced last year is unchanged.

  • UBS asks London investment bankers: Amsterdam, Madrid or Frankfurt?
    Reuters6 days ago

    UBS asks London investment bankers: Amsterdam, Madrid or Frankfurt?

    LONDON/ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss bank UBS asked staff whether they would prefer to relocate to Amsterdam, Madrid or Frankfurt after Britain leaves the European Union in a survey sent to its investment bankers on Tuesday, according to sources familiar with the matter. Financial service firms need a regulated subsidiary in an EU country to offer products across the bloc, which means some are looking to move jobs out of Britain if it loses access to the European single market. The Swiss bank said in July it was weighing up whether to move some jobs in London to Frankfurt, Madrid or Amsterdam.

  • Business Wire6 days ago

    UBS Financial Services:  What your Financial Advisor Can and Can't Do

    Media coverage, advertisements and mountains of information on the internet have created confusion and misconceptions about the role of a financial advisor. Join us for a candid conversation about the capabilities and limitations of advisors.

  • Activist RBR courts fellow investors for Credit Suisse break-up
    Reuters6 days ago

    Activist RBR courts fellow investors for Credit Suisse break-up

    Activist investor RBR Capital Advisors has launched a campaign to break up Credit Suisse, hoping to capitalise on investor unrest after Switzerland's second-biggest bank lost about a quarter of its value since 2015. "With a 0.2 percent stake, Bohli can't make much progress," Zuercher Kantonalbank analyst Javier Lodeiro and Michael Kunz, who rate Credit Suisse's stock "overweight", wrote in a note. The campaign comes roughly two years into Credit Suisse Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam's three-year plan to focus on wealth management and less on investment banking.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Hong Kong Regulator Drops Lawsuit Against UBS, Standard Chartered Over 2009 IPO

    Hong Kong’s securities regulator has dropped a lawsuit against UBS Group AG and Standard Chartered PLC over the banks’ conduct in a 2009 initial public offering of a Chinese timber firm now in liquidation, ...

  • HK regulator drops lawsuit against StanChart, UBS over 2009 IPO - sources
    Reuters10 days ago

    HK regulator drops lawsuit against StanChart, UBS over 2009 IPO - sources

    Hong Kong's securities regulator has dropped a lawsuit against Standard Chartered Plc (STAN.L) and UBS Group AG (UBSG.S) over their roles in the 2009 IPO of timber company China Forestry Holdings Co Ltd, two people with knowledge of the matter said. The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) suit filed in January this year sought unspecified damages for "market misconduct" over the IPO of China Forestry filed in November 2009, according to the court documents at that time.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    HK regulator drops lawsuit against StanChart, UBS over 2009 IPO-sources

    HONG KONG, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 13 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's securities regulator has dropped a lawsuit against Standard Chartered Plc (BSE: 580001.BO - news) and UBS Group AG (IOB: 0R3T.IL - news) over their roles in the 2009 IPO of timber company China Forestry Holdings Co Ltd, two people with knowledge of the matter said. The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) suit filed in January this year sought unspecified damages for "market misconduct" over the IPO of China Forestry filed in November 2009, according to the court documents at that time.

  • UBS to hire fewer trainees, spend more on them, to satisfy clients
    Reuters12 days ago

    UBS to hire fewer trainees, spend more on them, to satisfy clients

    UBS Group AG (UBSG.S) will hire fewer trainees in 2018 but spend two to three times more on teaching them to be financial advisers, a senior executive said, in the latest sign of industry efforts to satisfy wealthier clients and grapple with an aging workforce. UBS Wealth Management Americas President Tom Naratil said the company would hire 30 percent fewer trainees but look for candidates who had more work experience so they could team up with experienced advisers to work with current clients and the next generation of clients. Currently high net worth clients control more than a third of the investible assets in the United States, and more than 67 percent are older than 60.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    UBS to hire fewer trainees, spend more on them, to satisfy clients

    UBS Group AG (UBSG.S) will hire fewer trainees in 2018 but spend two to three times more on teaching them to be financial advisers, a senior executive said, in the latest sign of industry efforts to satisfy wealthier clients and grapple with an aging workforce. UBS Wealth Management Americas President Tom Naratil said the company would hire 30 percent fewer trainees but look for candidates who had more work experience so they could team up with experienced advisers to work with current clients and the next generation of clients. Currently high net worth clients control more than a third of the investible assets in the United States, and more than 67 percent are older than 60.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    UBS to appeal against ruling in French tax case

    ZURICH/PARIS (Reuters) - UBS (UBSG.S) pledged on Tuesday to appeal against a French ruling not to give it a say in a plea deal by a former employee embroiled in a long-running case over whether the Swiss bank helped wealthy clients avoid taxes. The court ruling that blocked UBS from contesting the plea deal by a former executive is a setback for UBS, as it could lose one of its witnesses during the trial it faces in France. "We (UBS France SA) take note of the decision of the Investigation Chamber to not admit the bank as a 'partie civile' in the guilty plea proceedings against one of our former employees," UBS said in an email.

  • UBS to appeal against ruling in French tax case
    Reuters13 days ago

    UBS to appeal against ruling in French tax case

    ZURICH/PARIS (Reuters) - UBS (UBSG.S) pledged on Tuesday to appeal against a French ruling not to give it a say in a plea deal by a former employee embroiled in a long-running case over whether the Swiss bank helped wealthy clients avoid taxes. The court ruling that blocked UBS from contesting the plea deal by a former executive is a setback for UBS, as it could lose one of its witnesses during the trial it faces in France. "We (UBS France SA) take note of the decision of the Investigation Chamber to not admit the bank as a 'partie civile' in the guilty plea proceedings against one of our former employees," UBS said in an email.

  • UBS Suffers Setback in Bid to Thwart French Tax Evasion Case
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    UBS Suffers Setback in Bid to Thwart French Tax Evasion Case

    UBS Group AG suffered a setback in a long-running French tax probe as a court rejected its bid to stop a former executive from striking a plea deal in the case.

  • Business Wire17 days ago

    UBS declares coupon payments on 19 ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes

    UBS Investment Bank today announced coupon payments for 19 ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes , all traded on the NYSE Arca.

  • UBS could slash third of staff amid technology shift: CEO
    AFP20 days ago

    UBS could slash third of staff amid technology shift: CEO

    Technology progress could mean UBS staff is cut by a third

  • Reuters20 days ago

    Technology could help UBS cut workforce by 30 pct - CEO in magazine

    Swiss bank UBS (UBSG.S) could shed almost 30,000 workers in the years ahead due to technological advances in the banking industry, Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti said in a magazine interview. Ermotti told Bloomberg Markets that "process-oriented" companies see scope to cut workforces in half through new technology but he believed the true number for banks was around half that.

  • Technology could help UBS cut workforce by 30 percent: CEO in magazine
    Reuters20 days ago

    Technology could help UBS cut workforce by 30 percent: CEO in magazine

    Swiss bank UBS (UBSG.S) could shed almost 30,000 workers in the years ahead due to technological advances in the banking industry, Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti said in a magazine interview. Ermotti told Bloomberg Markets that "process-oriented" companies see scope to cut workforces in half through new technology but he believed the true number for banks was around half that.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    UBS France's new wealth management arm La Maison looks to hire staff

    PARIS (Reuters) - UBS France's (UBSG.S) new 4.5 billion euros (£3.99 billion) wealth management division, La Maison de Gestion, is looking at hiring new staff to grow the business, the company said on ...

  • Risk of housing bubble rising in major cities: UBS
    AFP25 days ago

    Risk of housing bubble rising in major cities: UBS

    Toronto's real estate market is heating up too fast for comfort, UBS says

  • Business Wire25 days ago

    UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index 2017: San Francisco is the most overvalued US urban housing market in the study; bubble risks grow in other developed world cities globally

    UBS Wealth Management's UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index 2017 report analyzes residential property prices in 20 select urban areas around the world. Toronto faces the greatest risk of a housing bubble, followed in descending order by Stockholm, Munich, Vancouver, Sydney, London, Hong Kong, and Amsterdam. For buyers, San Francisco is the most overvalued US city in the study, followed by Los Angeles.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    ICE delays takeover of London's silver benchmark to Oct. 2

    ICE Benchmark Administration, a unit of Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE - news) (ICE), will take over as operator of London's silver benchmark on Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) . Two current participants in the benchmark, Swiss bank UBS and China Construction Bank (CCB (HKSE: 0939-OL.HK - news) ), are not featured in the line-up of entities taking part in the new benchmark process.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BUZZ-Rusagro: Set for worst day in 6 mths as UBS cuts to "neutral"

    ** Shares of Russian agricultural company Rusagro fall 3.6 pct, on track for their worst day in 6 mths, after UBS cuts to "neutral" from "buy" ** UBS says meat segment growth and profitability ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UBS agrees to scoop up some HSBC clients in Latin America

    HSBC has reached an agreement to refer some of its Latin American private banking clients, primarily in Central America and the Andean region, to Switzerland's UBS (LSE: 0QNR.L - news) , according to an internal memo seen by Reuters. The agreement completes HSBC's efforts to streamline its private banking business, a process which has resulted in a number of disposals in recent years. "This decision reflects a refocusing of our strategy on those Latin American markets where we have existing scale in our portfolio and where we have identified growth opportunities for our private banking business, in particular Argentina, Brazil, Chile (Stuttgart: 704599.SG - news) and Mexico," HSBC's Peter Boyles, chief executive of global private banking, said in the memo, the contents of which were confirmed by a bank spokesman.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    HSBC reaches referral agreement with UBS for Latin America clients -memo

    HSBC has reached an agreement to refer some of its Latin American private banking clients, primarily in Central America and the Andean region, to Switzerland's UBS (LSE: 0QNR.L - news) , according to an internal memo seen by Reuters. "This decision reflects a refocusing of our strategy on those Latin American markets where we have existing scale in our portfolio and where we have identified growth opportunities for our private banking business, in particular Argentina, Brazil, Chile (Stuttgart: 704599.SG - news) and Mexico," HSBC's Peter Boyles, chief executive of global private banking, said in the memo, the contents of which were confirmed by a bank spokesman.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UBS upgrades European banks as ECB tapering approaches

    UBS (LSE: 0QNR.L - news) strategists have upgraded European banks to overweight from neutral and cut the more defensive pharma sector to neutral as they expect cyclical sectors to get a boost from the European Central Bank's plans to scale back its bond buying programme. What is changing is we now have a potential catalyst in sight with the ECB tapering approaching," they said in a note. The ECB is expected to announce the end of its 2 trillion euro plus bond-buying scheme later this year, even though concern among policymakers over a strong euro has fuelled expectations the stimulus will not be withdrawn quickly.

  • Wealth management boosts UBS profits
    AFP3 months ago

    Wealth management boosts UBS profits

    Swiss banking giant UBS posted higher profits for the second quarter

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