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Logo UBSUBS AG is a diversified global financial services company. It is the world's second largest manager of private wealth assets. UBS operates in all of the major financial centers worldwide with offices in over 50 countries. UBS's global business groups are private banking, investment banking, and asset management. Total assets: CHF 950 billion (as of June 30, 2015). Net income: CHF 4.23 billion (2011), CHF 3.17 billion (2013), CHF 3.57 billion (2014).

UBS is one of the leading providers of retail banking and commercial banking services in Switzerland. UBS has a major presence in the U.S., with its American headquarters located in New York City (Investment banking); Weehawken, New Jersey (Private Wealth Management); and Stamford, Connecticut (Sales & Trading). UBS has more than 64500 employees worldwide.

Union Bank of Switzerland and Swiss Bank Corporation merged in 1998.

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Headquarter Zurich, Switzerland
Key People Axel A. Weber (Chairman of the Board of Directors), Sergio P. Ermotti (Group CEO)
Company Type Public (SIX: UBSG, SIX: UBSN, NYSE: UBS)
Head Office Bahnhofstrasse 45 8001 Zurich
Phone +41-44-234 11 11
Fax +41-44-239 91 11
Founded 1854
ID: 1192. Updated: 28.07.2015

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Press Releases
28.07.2015 UBS reports second quarter 2015 net income of CHF 1,209 million, compared to CHF 792 million in the second quarter of 2014 (+53%).
02.05.2012 UBS reports first quarter 2012 net income of CHF 827 million (approx. €688), compared to CHF 1,807 million in the first quarter 2011 (down 54%).
07.02.2012 UBS reports fourth quarter 2011 net profit of €326 million (CHF 393 million), compared to €1.37 billion in fourth quarter 2010. Full-year 2011 net profit was €3.51 billion (CHF 4.23 billion), a decline of 44% from 2010. More
19.09.2011 UBS has discovered a loss due to unauthorized trading by a trader in its Investment Bank. The loss arising from this matter is USD 2.3 billion. More
28.04.2011 UBS reports first quarter 2011 net profit of CHF 1.8 billion (approx. US$ 2.05 billion), compared to CHF 2.2 billion in the first quarter 2010.
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