September 2014

  1. UBS appoints Caroline Anstey as Global Head of UBS and Society

    UBS today announced the appointment of Caroline Anstey as Global Head of its newly created UBS and Society program. The program is focused on sustainable investing and philanthropy as well as entrepreneurship and education. Ms. Anstey will begin her new role immediately and will report directly to Juerg Zeltner, CEO UBS Wealth Management, and Chi-Won Yoon, CEO UBS Group APAC.

August 2014

  1. UBS drives corporate responsibility change – case study

    UBS is influencing banking best practice regarding human rights and anti-money laundering, writes the Institute of Business Ethics' Katherine Bradshaw.

July 2014

  1. Making our Mark on society in the UK

    UBS has been awarded CommunityMark accreditation, the UK national standard that recognizes leadership and excellence in community investment.

June 2014

  1. UBS Announces $10 Million Commitment to Support College Success through UBS NextGen Leaders

    NEW YORK, NY – UBS Americas today unveiled a $10 million, five-year commitment to establish a new education platform for improving college success among under-resourced populations.

  2. Helping stop forest loss-UBS signs 'Soft Commodities' Compact

    Many of our clients are committed to achieving zero net deforestation and, to support them, on May 19, UBS endorsed the Banking Environment Initiative's and Consumer Goods Forum’s 'Soft Commodities' Compact.

May 2014

  1. UBS receives 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility award from the Foreign Policy Association

    On May 21, Sergio P. Ermotti, UBS Group Chief Executive Officer, was given the American Foreign Policy Association (FPA) 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility award in recognition of UBS's commitment to good corporate citizenship.

April 2014

  1. UBS corporate responsibility reporting meets highest standards

    The Global Reporting Initiative's (GRI) Sustainability Disclosure Database shows that UBS is currently the only major bank globally and one of only a handful of large international companies across all economic sectors reporting in accordance with the GRI G4 guidelines' "comprehensive option", entailing a very high level of disclosure.