UBS Group AG (USA)


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Zuercher Kantonalbank Reports Net Profit Increase Of 28% In H1

Julius Baer To Offer Private Equity To Ultra-Wealthy Clients - FT

Proxy Adviser ISS Backs main Proposals By UBS For Shareholder Meeting


About UBS Group AG (USA)

UBS Group AG is a holding company and conducts its operations through UBS AG and its subsidiaries. The Company comprises Corporate Center and five business divisions: Wealth Management, Wealth Management Americas, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management and the Investment Bank. Wealth Management division provides advice and tailored financial services to wealthy private clients around the world, except those served by Wealth Management Americas. Wealth Management Americas division is a wealth manager in the Americas in terms of financial advisor productivity and invested assets by financial advisor. Personal & Corporate Banking division provides financial products and services to private, corporate and institutional clients in Switzerland. Asset Management division provides investment management products and services, platform solutions and advisory support. Investment Bank division provides investment advice, financial solutions and capital markets access.


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Executive Leadership

Axel A. Weber

Non-Executive Non Independent Chairman of the Board

Sergio P. Ermotti

Group Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board

Kirt Gardner

Group Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board

Sabine Keller-Busse

Group Chief Operating Officer, President, UBS Europe, Member of the Executive Board

Markus Ronner

Group Chief Compliance and Governance Officer, Member of the Executive Board

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Breakingviews - Viewsroom: Credit-UBS, Bernard Arnault and Japan

A merger of Credit Suisse and UBS has some merits on paper, but would be bloody in practice, says Liam Proud. Plus, the LVMH billionaire’s impeccably ruthless dealmaking is on full display with the Tiffany takeover. Pete Sweeney and Sharon Lam discuss Japan’s new man at...

Credit Suisse tie-up takes back seat as UBS board meets

The board of UBS <UBSG.S> is gathering to discuss strategy this week but a merger with Credit Suisse, which had recently been examined, is not on the official agenda, said a person familiar with the matter, suggesting subdued interest in the idea.

Fee bonanza on China's STAR Market IPOs passes by Western banks

A fee bonanza on China's Nasdaq-style STAR Market, which is set to surge with Ant Group's mega-listing, is passing Western banks by due to their limited local presence and worries about a unique co-investment rule for managing IPOs.

Santander job row with Orcel set for court showdown with Botin a witness

A high-profile row between Spain's Santander and Andrea Orcel will go to a court showdown in March after they failed to reach a deal over the withdrawal of an offer to make the Italian banker chief executive.

Wall Street fundraisers turn into wallflowers during 2020 U.S. election

Early this year, a prominent billionaire tried several times to organize a fundraiser for presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, a moderate who gained favor among Wall Street Democrats.

Madrid court calls UBS chairman Axel Weber as witness in Orcel trial with Santander

A Madrid court on Monday called UBS chairman Axel Weber to speak as a witness in a trial that will kick off on March 10 next year between Santander and Italian banker Andrea Orcel over a withdrawn CEO job offer.

Global banks left on the sidelines in Brazil's IPO boom

The days of marquee global investment banks being shoo-ins for stock market listings could be coming to an end, in Brazil at least.

Orcel, Santander trial over withdrawn CEO job offer will start on March 10

A Madrid court on Monday set for March 10 of next year the start of a trial between Italian banker Andrea Orcel and Spain's Santander over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO.

No out-of-court deal on Orcel's withdrawn Santander job offer, lawyers say

Spain's Santander and Italian banker Andrea Orcel did not agree any out-of-court settlement over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO, the legal teams of both parties said on Monday during a court hearing.

UPDATE 1-Real estate company Epic Suisse aims for IPO in next few months -sources

Real estate company Epic Suisse wants to float on the Swiss stock exchange, with a transaction planned in the next few months, sources have told Reuters.

Real estate company Epic Suisse plans IPO in next few months -sources

Real estate company Epic Suisse wants to float on the Swiss stock exchange, with a transaction planned in the next few months, sources have told Reuters.

Credit Suisse launches Switzerland's first major digital banking rival

Credit Suisse will launch a digital banking app in October challenging fintechs like Revolut in the Swiss bank's home market by offering free foreign transactions and fully digital wealth management, the bank said on Thursday.

UBS advises private clients to pick 'sustainable' investments

UBS Group <UBSG.S> said on Thursday that it would advise private clients investing globally to choose sustainable investments over more traditional options, the first major financial institution to do so.

Dufry brings Advent on board, launches rights issue

Private equity outfit Advent International could get a stake of nearly a fifth in Dufry <DUFN.S> as the Swiss duty free group raises capital via a rights issue to fund a buyout of its Hudson Ltd <HUD.N> unit, Dufry said.

Major bank-led digital cash settlement project gets delayed

A project involving 13 of the world's largest banks and aimed at launching digital versions of major currencies in 2020 is no longer likely to get going this year, the company set up to run the effort said.

U.S. credit spreads unlikely to tighten much further, says UBS

The U.S. corporate bond market has made a dramatic recovery from the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, but it is unlikely to improve further in the near term, according to UBS Group <UBSG.S> analysts.

Evidence of further surveillance at Credit Suisse mounts up - SonntagsZeitung

Credit Suisse may have spied on more employees under its former chief executive Tidjane Thiam, Swiss newspaper SonntagsZeitung reported on Sunday, citing evidence of two further instances that had previously been undisclosed.

FOCUS-Canada's RBC turns heads in U.S. with wealth management recruitment push

Royal Bank of Canada's U.S. wealth management unit has been luring teams managing bigger amounts of assets from much larger rivals, driving a surge in revenue from the new recruits and helping it outperform others in the industry.

Switzerland raises the stakes for Credit Suisse in spy affair

Switzerland has opened an enforcement case against Credit Suisse over a spying scandal that led to the ouster of its former CEO, a rare challenge to one of the country's major lenders.

Asia wealth managers pull out all stops to get clients on Ant IPO

Wealth managers in Asia are preparing to lend more to their clients and help them raise cash by selling investments to ensure they can get their hands on shares in Chinese fintech giant Ant Group's up to $30 billion IPO, bankers said.

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