Our mandate encompasses the management, control and optimization of capital, liquidity, funding and intra-group engagements across the firm and its legal entities.

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Playing our part

What role does the Treasury play within UBS?

Treasury is responsible for efficiently managing the firm’s financial resources. That's why every member of the team has a deep understanding of UBS's capitalization and funding. By assessing financial risks, influencing our decisions through market leading analysis and managing capital, liquidity and funding, Treasury specialists guide the firm's long-term success while positively impacting the firm's businesses in the short term.

Function areas

Capital Management and Planning

Capital Management and Planning is responsible for efficiently managing the firm's capital. It also analyzes, forecasts and monitors UBS's regulatory capital position.

Liquidity and Funding

Liquidity Management ensures we always have sufficient liquidity to meet liabilities when due, under both normal and stressed conditions.

Funding Management maintains a balanced portfolio of liabilities that is broadly diversified by market, product and currency.

Asset and Liability Management

Asset and Liability Management manages the structural risk of our balance sheet, including interest rate risk, structural foreign exchange and collateral risk, as well as the risks associated with our liquidity and funding portfolio.

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