French bank becomes the latest to divulge a revenue impact from a change to overnight indexed swap discounting
UBS snags Groothaert in Luxembourg Financial Group acquisition
Finra and Wall Street dismiss law firm's criticism of UBS case
UBS has beefed up its structured products offering in Europe with the €25 million acquisition of Luxembourg Financial Group, bringing with it chief executive Johan Groothaert
Software survey 2011 results
UBS loses co-head of global fixed income
China conduit concerns
Has received subpoenas from several international authorities
Martin Wheatley will head the Consumer Protection and Markets Authority when it replaces the Financial Services Authority next year
Families in focus
Swiss investors continued their return to structured products in January, as capital-protected and leveraged issuance hit new monthly highs.
Protecting against inflation
UBS makes mergers and acquisitions investible
The latest movers and shakers in operational risk
Deutsche Bank alumni Marcus Overhaus and Ricardo Honegger move to UBS' equities department
While November was a good month for structured products in Switzerland, volumes fell 4.39% during the period from January to October 2010.
UBS has joined rival Credit Suisse by setting up a family services business in Asia to cater to the fast-growing wealth of ultra high-net worth families in the region.
Three banks accused of 'willful blindness' about Madoff
November has been an exciting month for structured products in Switzerland, with the Swiss Structured Product Association reporting record turnover and Vontobel seeing its market share fall to its lowest level this year.
UBS evades prosecution for tax evasion as US IRS drops charges