Latest media releases

This site lists the latest 20 media releases. Please go to the archive for previously published media releases.

July 2015

  1. UBS's second-quarter 2015 results

        

  2. UBS's second quarter 2015 results – Monday, 27 July 2015

    UBS invites you to the presentation of its second quarter 2015 results on Monday, 27 July 2015. The results will be presented by Sergio P. Ermotti, Group Chief Executive Officer, Tom Naratil, Group Chief Financial Officer and Group Chief Operating Officer, Caroline Stewart, Global Head of Investor Relations and Hubertus Kuelps, Group Head of Communications & Branding.

  3. UBS Advice launched in Taiwan

June 2015

  1. UBS expands presence in Hong Kong with new office in Kowloon

    UBS's largest outdoor advertisement lights up the Kowloon skyline 

  2. UBS announces successful implementation of UBS Switzerland AG

    With the implementation of UBS Switzerland AG, UBS has taken another substantial step to improve the resolvability of the Group in response to regulatory requirements affecting the entire banking industry. UBS Switzerland AG is now operating as a fully-owned banking subsidiary of UBS AG with its own banking license. As part of the changes to UBS's legal structure, UBS AG's Retail & Corporate and Wealth Management businesses booked in Switzerland have been transferred to UBS Switzerland AG, effective June 14.

May 2015

  1. UBS and PwC’s 2015 Billionaires Report Examines Trends in Extreme Wealth

    - Billionaire wealth in Asia set to surpass that in the US in five to 10 years

  2. UBS and PwC’s 2015 Billionaire Report examines trends in extreme wealth

    Billionaire wealth in Asia set to surpass that in the US in five to 10 years

  3. UBS AG announces final terms of cash or share dividend

    Zurich/Basel, 22 May 2015 – At their Annual General Meeting on 7 May 2015, shareholders of UBS AG approved the distribution of a cash or share (title) dividend ("COTD"). Accordingly, between 8 May 2015 and 21 May 2015, each UBS AG shareholder was able to elect to receive either CHF 0.50 per share in cash or a number of new shares to be determined so as to be of substantially equivalent value to CHF 0.50 per share.