Why UBS? What it's like to work for us.

About us

Why UBS? Get to know our leaders and hear why they are proud to be part of UBS and our industry.

Our global presence

UBS provides financial advice and solutions to wealthy, institutional and corporate clients worldwide, as well as private clients in Switzerland. The operational structure of the Group is comprised of our Corporate Center and five business divisions: Wealth Management, Wealth Management Americas, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management and the Investment Bank. UBS's strategy builds on the strengths of all of its businesses and focuses its efforts on areas in which it excels, while seeking to capitalize on the compelling growth prospects in the businesses and regions in which it operates, in order to generate attractive and sustainable returns for its shareholders. All of its businesses are capital-efficient and benefit from a strong competitive position in their targeted markets.

Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, UBS has offices in 54 countries, including all major financial centers, and employs approximately 60,000 people. UBS Group AG is the holding company of the UBS Group. Under Swiss company law, UBS Group AG is organized as an Aktiengesellschaft, a corporation that has issued shares of common stock to investors.

Our local presence 

In Australia, UBS consistently maintains its position as one of the leading corporate advisers in domestic and Australasian cross border transactions. Our strength and breadth is demonstrated through our advisory roles on landmark transactions and ability to provide innovative solutions to ensure we remain at the forefront of thought leadership in a constantly evolving marketplace. UBS is #1 in secondary market share and has ranked #1 for Research, Sales and trading for 7 consecutive years in the Peter Lee Associates survey (2016). UBS is the largest provider of prime brokerage and stock borrow services in Australia, since 2001, and continues to lead the bond market in Australia as #1 market maker for AUD/NZD government bonds.