UBS in Australia
UBS Global Asset Management in Australia provides a comprehensive range of investment styles and strategies to institutional investors, intermediaries and retail investors. Drawing on its 30-year heritage, UBS Global Asset Management strives to deliver outcome-orientated investment solutions for our clients, underpinned by a team-based approach and disciplined risk management.
With $38 billion of invested assets in Australia (as at 31 March, 2014) and approximately 80 employees located locally, UBS is one of the largest global asset management businesses in the Australian market. Globally, with approximately $727 billion of invested assets under management (as at 31 March, 2014) and approximately 3,800 employees located in 24 countries, UBS Global Asset Management is a truly global investment manager.
It takes many elements to build successful investment portfolios: a disciplined investment philosophy, world class fundamental research, rigorous risk management and a diversified investment offering. These are the hallmarks of UBS Global Asset Management.
UBS Global Asset Management is committed to client partnerships.
- An investment house – Investment pioneers with a strong track record that offers the full spectrum of investment opportunities within or across asset classes.
- Built around investment teams – Investment excellence drives the culture. We hire and retain high calibre investors globally.
- Solutions for our clients – Committed to providing solutions for our clients to asset them in meeting their long term objectives.
- Robust processes and business architecture – We take no shortcuts. Investment teams apply robust investment processes and risk controls to support investment outcomes.
About UBS Global Asset Management
This website is intended for persons resident in Australia. UBS Global Asset Management (Australia) Ltd ABN 31 003 146 290, AFS Licence No. 222605 is the product issuer. Before making an investment decision, you need to consider whether this information is appropriate to your objectives, financial situation or needs. Any potential investor should consider the relevant PDS in deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold units in a fund. Please consult your financial adviser. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.