A global wealth management leader.

About us

With a 150-year history and a network of offices in over 50 countries on 5 continents, UBS has extensive experience managing the wealth of high net worth and ultra high net worth individuals.

Our global strategy is centered on strengthening UBS’s leading Wealth Management Americas franchise while integrating and finding synergies among the Investment Bank and Asset Management divisions to deliver outstanding solutions for our clients.

The UBS Wealth Management Americas approach is based on the trusted relationship of our Financial Advisors and their clients. Our experienced Advisors are committed to understanding clients’ needs and delivering insightful, informed advice to help them realize their dreams.

U.S. Office of Public Policy

The U.S. Office of Public Policy at UBS Americas serves as a link between the public and private sectors, and manages the relationships between UBS and the U.S. federal government. This relationship takes us through the halls of Congress and the White House to:

  • Monitor changes in legislation and regulations that affect our industry in the domestic and international marketplace.
  • Interact with industry associations, elected officials and their staffs.
  • Review jurisdictional committee agendas, and meet frequently with industry peers.

When pending federal legislation is relevant to UBS, we consult and work with the appropriate business units on strategy and outcome. The Office of Public Policy and Government Relations is housed in the UBS Americas offices in Washington, D.C.

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Directions to our U.S. headquarters in New York and New Jersey

New York

1285 Avenue of the Americas 
New York, NY 10019 

  • Home to our corporate headquarters and renowned art gallery
  • Located at 1285 Avenue of the Americas, (6th Avenue) between 51st and 52nd Streets (near Radio City Music Hall and the Broadway Theater District)
  • Building is connected to the Rockefeller Center underground complex containing the B/D/F/Q subway lines, as well as many restaurants and stores
  • Nearby subway lines include the N/R at 49th St. and 7th Ave. and the 1/9 at Broadway and 50th St
  • New York City transportation information

New Jersey

Lincoln Harbor 
800, 1000, 1200 and 1500 Harbor Boulevard

Weehawken, NJ 07086 

From New York City:
By car:

  • Exit the Lincoln Tunnel, bear right (Hoboken exit)
  • At second traffic light, make left onto 19th Street
  • Go straight through one traffic light into the Lincoln Harbor Complex
  • Proceed through one traffic light and go over the Light Rail tracks
  • Make left at stop sign
  • Continue straight and turn left into parking lot
  • Free parking available

By train:

  • Take the PATH train from 33rd Street to Hoboken
  • Board the Light Rail (marked Lincoln Harbor) to the Lincoln Harbor Complex
  • Light Rail Schedule

By bus:

  • From Port Authority, take New Jersey Transit Bus #156R and 159R at Gate 201 to Lincoln Harbor. Bus #158 at Gate 202.
  • Bus #158 schedule
  • Bus #156R and 159R schedules 

By ferry:

  • Take the NY Waterway from West 38th Street at 12th Avenue to Lincoln Harbor (approximately
    7 minutes from downtown)
  • Tickets are only available for purchase at the NY Waterway terminal on the New York side
  • Purchase tickets for Lincoln Harbor
  • Ferries depart every 15 minutes Monday - Friday during business hours

Shuttle buses to ferry from midtown NYC:

  • Free ferry shuttle buses run on 34th/42nd/49th/57th Streets (from Lexington Avenue to 12th Avenue) to the NY Waterway
  • The buses run every 15 minutes
  • You must wave to the shuttle driver at a city bus stop (as if you were hailing a taxi) to indicate that you wish to board the shuttle

Shuttle buses to ferry from downtown NYC:

  • Free ferry shuttle buses run from downtown throughout the day to the midtown NY Waterway dock
  • For downtown pick-up locations at specific times, call NY Waterway at 1-800-533-3779

From New Jersey:
By car:

  • NJ Turnpike to Route 3 East
  • Follow signs for Lincoln Tunnel (495 East)
  • Take last exit in New Jersey (Weehawken/Hoboken)
  • Proceed through 1st traffic light to the bottom of the hill, bearing right
  • At the 4th traffic light (Dykes Lumber), make a left into Lincoln Harbor Complex (19th Street)
  • Proceed through one traffic light
  • Bear right over the railroad tracks
  • Make left at stop sign
  • Continue straight and turn left into parking lot
  • Free parking available

By train: