Latest media releases

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

October 2018

  1. UBS invites you to the presentation of its third quarter 2018 results and the Investor Update on Thursday, 25 October 2018. The results will be presented by Sergio P. Ermotti, Group Chief Executive Officer, Kirt Gardner, Group Chief Financial Officer, Caroline Stewart, Global Head of Investor Relations, and Hubertus Kuelps, Group Head of Communications & Branding followed by the Investor Update presentations.
  2. UBS presents an exclusive evening of performances by Austrian clarinetist Andreas Ottensamer, the Shanghai Quartet, and the HKPHIL Quartet at the 2018 edition of Beijing Music Festival
  3. Global Family Office Report 2018: the world’s leading family office research study offers insight into performance, investments and operational models

September 2018

  1. HongKong is the most overvalued housing market this year; most cities areovervalued but prices are starting to decline
  2. Novelli and Karofsky appointed co-Presidents Investment Bank–Andrea Orcel to leave UBS–Changes effective 1 October 2018
  3. Global Family OfficeReport 2018: the world’s leading family office research study offers insightinto performance, investments and structural issues
  4. Largest recurring study of High Net Worth Investors finds those in China, Brazil and the UAE have highest rates of adoption in sustainable investing; US and UK have lowest levels

July 2018

  1. UBS delivered strong second-quarter results with reported profit before tax (PBT) up12% year over year.
  2. UBS invites you to the presentation of its second quarter 2018 results on Tuesday, 24 July 2018. The results will be presented by Sergio P. Ermotti, Group Chief Executive Officer, Kirt Gardner, Group Chief Financial Officer, Caroline Stewart, Global Head of Investor Relations, and Hubertus Kuelps, Group Head of Communications & Branding.

June 2018

  1. The Optimus Study Switzerland published today, shows that every year, Swiss child protection agencies register between 30,000 and 50,000 cases of child endangerment. These children need help and support because they are subject to physical or psychological violence, are neglected, witness forms of violence, or are sexually abused.

May 2018