Welcome to UBS Securities

First foreign-invested fully-licensed securities firm in China, 51% owned by UBS AG

UBS Securities Co. Limited (“UBSS”) is the first foreign-invested fully-licensed securities firm in China. Adhering to its principle of “client-focus”, UBSS leverages on UBS AG’s strong strength in capital, experience, research, technology, and risk management, to provide individuals, corporates, institutional clients, and qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII) with a variety of financial products and services based on proper risk management.

Address

Winland International Finance Center
12/F and 15/F, No.7 Financial Street, Beijing 100033
Telephone: +86-10-5832 8888


Products and services

Our aim is to provide clients with exemplary service by paying the utmost attention to details. Managing risks properly is our style. Our principle is to always offer the best products while remaining discerning in the market environment. As your trustworthy partner, UBSS will provide you with unrivalled opportunities. Choosing UBSS means choosing a magnificent future.

About us

UBSS is the first foreign-invested fully-licensed securities firm in China. Our core businesses include: securities brokerage; securities investment consultancy; financial advisory related to securities trading and securities investment activities; securities underwriting and sponsoring; securities proprietary trading; securities asset management; distributing financial products; and margin financing.

Risk warnings and investment disclaimers

  1. A reminder from the Investor Protection Bureau of the China Securities Regulatory Commission: pay attention to investments with value, and focus on shares with long-term investment value. Avoid indiscriminately ramping up the price-earnings ratio of new shares, ramping up the prices of small cap shares, and speculating in underperforming shares.
  2. A reminder from the Investor Protection Bureau of the China Securities Regulatory Commission: Based on statistical data of the Shanghai Stock Exchange since 2010, between 30 and 70 trading days after listing, the fall in prices of newly listed stocks compared to its closing price on the first day increased from 6.51% to 10.65%. 94.7% of account holders who bought at high prices suffered losses.
  3. A reminder from the Investor Protection Bureau of the China Securities Regulatory Commission: From end-Oct 2009 to end-October 2011, retail investors accounted for 95.06% of the purchase amount on the first day of listing on the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) board. 64.25% of retail investors who purchased on the 1st day suffered losses after 10 trading days.

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