Our firm has built the number one wealth management franchise in the world. How? With outstanding thought leadership through our Chief Investment Office, a strong investment offering, unmatched client access, the best talent in the industry, and a highly respected brand. More than any other firm, we have the ability to connect with our clients to understand their specific goals and needs, be they high or ultra-high-net-worth individuals or families and family offices.
As clients look for yield and have to work their assets harder to meet their return ambitions, the importance of holistic high-quality advice increases. Global Wealth Management is at the heart of UBS’s business, but we work with all parts of the firm to bring the best of UBS to our clients. Connecting clients to our investment banking teams for example gives them access to UBS’s unique global scale and diversified financing, global capital markets, and portfolio solutions.
Senthil, Wealth Management Desk Head in Dubai, starts his 8th year at UBS this month. He’s still as excited and passionate about working here as he was on day one. Why? I work with world-class colleagues who challenge me to bring out my best. I can offer my clients a wealth management platform that brings out the best for them. I’m lucky – I can do what I love and am passionate about.
UBS has been ranked top in the 'Best Private Banking Services Overall' category in the Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey for five years in a row.
In 2020, we garnered a further 136 top rankings, all based on an assessment by almost 800 of our peers.
Over 20,000 Global Wealth Management team members across the world manage over 2.3 trillion dollars in invested assets and work relentlessly to help our clients achieve their goals.
We established our first sustainable investing team back in 1996 and have played a leading role in the development of impact investing.
Invested assets in 100% sustainable and bespoke investing solutions have grown to more than USD 9 billion.
And we’re not stopping there.
45% of wealthy individuals hold sustainable investments, and over 80% more are interested in getting involved themselves.