Creating sustainable value

Read more about our integration of Credit Suisse and what it means for you.

As of 12 June 2023, we have formally acquired Credit Suisse, less than three months after discussions about combining the two banks were started by the Swiss Federal Department of Finance, Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) and the Swiss National Bank. The transaction marks an exciting and challenging new chapter in our history, which has seen more than 370 financial institutions combine to form what UBS is today, as well as for Switzerland and the global financial industry.

As we move swiftly to integrate Credit Suisse, we’re focused on creating a smooth and transparent transition for all involved. This web page is your go-to source for all the latest information related to the integration. We’ll be updating this page regularly to help you stay informed about the integration and what it means for you.

Insights from the leadership team

Colm Kelleher, Chairman of the Board of Directors, and Sergio P. Ermotti, Group CEO, talk about what the combination means for the future of UBS.

We are now one Swiss global firm and, together, we are stronger. As we start to operate the consolidated banking group, our top priority remains the same: to serve our clients with excellence.

Colm Kelleher, Chairman of the Board of Directors

Credit Suisse and UBS unite as we embark on the next chapter of our joint journey. Together, we’ll create a bank that our clients, employees, investors and Switzerland can be proud of.

Sergio P. Ermotti, Group CEO

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Risk management

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Our future as a strong, secure bank

UBS is secure and well capitalized

We have a fortified balance sheet and capital ratio as a result of the combination.

  • We expect the combined group to operate well above our CET1 capital ratio target of 13%
  • Committed to our capital return policy and a progressive dividend per share while temporarily pausing share buybacks
  • The combination will reduce the proportion of capital allocated to the Investment Bank to a maximum of 25% of risk-weighted assets
  • We are focused on maintaining UBS’s conservative risk culture throughout the integration

Accelerating our strategy

The integration provides an opportunity to boost our existing strategy and brings enhanced growth prospects.

  • We are the only truly global player among leading wealth managers with strategic scale and complementary capabilities in the most attractive growth markets
  • The new group has around USD 5 trillion of invested assets and has become the No. 2 wealth manager in the world overnight
  • The transaction helps unlock earnings growth potential, allowing for reinvestment in our business over the long term to deliver best-in-class client services and advisory capabilities

Together, better for clients

The integration will be executed with one overarching principle: clients first.

  • An enhanced, combined offering will help clients achieve their financial goals, thanks to additional value, scale, services and global reach
  • Our increased scale will be a significant advantage to our clients as it increases reach and access, enabling us to work with the best and most successful hedge fund and alternative asset managers
  • Clients across a broader set of geographies will benefit from our highly complementary product offering



Parent Bank Merger

The Parent Bank Merger is the legal merger of UBS AG and Credit Suisse AG, whereby UBS AG is the surviving entity and Credit Suisse AG ceases to exist. By merging Credit Suisse AG with UBS AG, Credit Suisse AG’s businesses will transfer to UBS AG. Following the merger, UBS intends to consolidate its operational processes over time. Therefore, there will be a transitional period during which there’ll be two sets of operational infrastructure.

In December 2023, UBS announced that following the merger of the holding companies UBS Group AG and CS Group AG on 12 June 2023, the Board of Directors of UBS Group AG approved the merger of UBS AG and Credit Suisse AG. With the consent of their respective board of directors, both entities have entered into a definitive merger agreement.

We expect to complete the merger of UBS AG and Credit Suisse AG on 31 May 2024, subject to remaining regulatory approvals. The transition to a single US intermediate holding company is planned for the second quarter of 2024, and the merger of Credit Suisse (Schweiz) AG and UBS Switzerland AG continues to be planned for the third quarter of 2024, both also subject to remaining regulatory approvals. These critical milestones will facilitate the migration of clients onto UBS platforms beginning later in 2024, and unlock the next phase of the cost, capital, funding and tax benefits from the second half of 2024, and by the end of 2025 and into 2026.

Further updates related to the Parent Bank Merger will be provided over time when and if they happen.

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Fraud Alert

Please be aware that the integration of Credit Suisse and UBS creates a unique opportunity for fraudsters to contact our clients purporting to be from our organization or selling fake investment schemes from our entities. This could be a means to get information from our clients or to trick clients into sending money to a new account. Please be vigilant if you are contacted by an unknown party. UBS and Credit Suisse entities will never contact you by email or telephone with new bank account details. Before transferring money or sharing personal details, please contact UBS (or relevant bank) by telephone. If you are already a client, please contact your UBS or Credit Suisse advisor or contact UBS.

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