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UBS Group AG

UBSG.S

Latest Trade

14.72CHF

Change

0.08(+0.55%)

Volume

5,848,645

Today's Range

14.50

 - 

14.72

52 Week Range

9.65

 - 

15.80

As of on the SIX Swiss Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
14.64
Open
14.54
Volume
5,848,645
3M AVG Volume
165.09
Today's High
14.72
Today's Low
14.50
52 Week High
15.80
52 Week Low
9.65
Shares Out (MIL)
3,476.55
Market Cap (MIL)
54,499.67
Forward P/E
8.74
Dividend (Yield %)
6.42

Next Event

UBS Economics Conference (Virtual)

Latest Developments

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UBS Group AG's Long Position In Hangzhou Tigermed Consulting Falls To 4.98% - HKEX Filing

UBS Group AG's Long Position In Zhengzhou Coal Mining Machinery Rises To 8.45% - HKEX Filing

UBS Group AG's Long Position In Aluminum Corp Of China Rises To 5.11% - Filing

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About UBS Group AG

UBS Group AG is a holding company and conducts its operations through UBS AG and its subsidiaries. The Company comprises Corporate Center and five business divisions: Wealth Management, Wealth Management Americas, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management and the Investment Bank. Wealth Management division provides advice and tailored financial services to wealthy private clients around the world, except those served by Wealth Management Americas. Wealth Management Americas division is a wealth manager in the Americas in terms of financial advisor productivity and invested assets by financial advisor. Personal & Corporate Banking division provides financial products and services to private, corporate and institutional clients in Switzerland. Asset Management division provides investment management products and services, platform solutions and advisory support. Investment Bank division provides investment advice, financial solutions and capital markets access.

Industry

Investment Services

Contact Info

Bahnhofstr. 45

8098

Switzerland

+41.44.2341111

https://www.ubs.com/

Executive Leadership

Ralph A.J.G. Hamers

Chairman of the Executive Board, Group Chief Executive Officer

Axel A. Weber

Non-Executive Non Independent Chairman of the Board

Jeremy Anderson

Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board and Senior Independent Director

Kirt Gardner

Group Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board

Markus Ronner

Group Chief Compliance and Governance Officer, Member of the Executive Board

Key Stats

2.29 mean rating - 24 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

30.2K

2019

28.9K

2020

32.4K

2021(E)

34.5K
EPS (USD)

2018

1.290

2019

1.230

2020

1.790

2021(E)

1.827
Price To Earnings (TTM)
7.78
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.61
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.94
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
6.03
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
426.99
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
299.52
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.70

Latest News

Latest News

German millionaires rush assets to Switzerland ahead of election

A potential lurch to the left in Germany's election on Sunday is scaring millionaires into moving assets into Switzerland, bankers and tax lawyers say.

(修正)综述:恒大海外债周四按期付息希望渺茫 债券持有者等待情势明朗

中国恒大<3333.HK>美元债持有人仍在等待有关周四一笔关键付息的讯息,但一名熟知情况的消息人士表示,预计恒大未来一个月将作出更多厘清。

UPDATE 2-Swiss central bank tracking Evergrande woes, Swiss banks play down exposure

* SNB head says closely following events at Chinese property group

CORRECTED-UPDATE 6-Evergrande domestic debt deal calms immediate contagion concern

China Evergrande agreed to settle interest payments on a domestic bond on Wednesday, while the Chinese central bank injected cash into the banking system, temporarily soothing fears of imminent contagion from the debt-laden property developer.

UPDATE 1-China's Evergrande chairman seeks to reassure investors, shares surge

* Investors, analysts play down threat of "Lehman moment" (Recasts with chairman's comments, share price)

China's Evergrande faces key deadline, investors await outcome

China's embattled property developer Evergrande faced a Thursday deadline to pay interest on one of its dollar bonds, in a crucial moment for global investors worried that its malaise could spread beyond the country’s property sector.

UPDATE 2-RBC resolves U.S. SEC charges over bond abuses, is fined

A Royal Bank of Canada unit was censured and will pay more than $863,000 to resolve U.S. regulatory charges it broke rules meant to give retail and institutional investors priority in buying new municipal bonds.

UPDATE 1-Malaysia's Top Glove posts 48% profit drop, to seek Hong Kong listing

Malaysia's Top Glove Corp Bhd said on Friday it will renew its listing application to push ahead with its plans to raise $1 billion in Hong Kong despite a 48% slide in its quarterly earnings.

MOVES-Credit Suisse shuffles Asia Pacific investment banking team - memo

Credit Suisse has appointed a new head of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for Asia Pacific as it shuffles its investment banking team in the region, according to a memo seen by Reuters.

MOVES-Credit Suisse shuffles Asia Pacific investment banking team - memo

Credit Suisse has appointed a new head of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for Asia Pacific as it shuffles its investment banking team in the region, according to a memo seen by Reuters.

Boom for banks as M&A and pandemic boost corporate FX needs

A boom in corporate dealmaking, surging input costs and a focus on short-term cash flows in the pandemic have sent companies rushing to hedge their currency exposures this year, giving a boost to banks that sell foreign exchange products.

UPDATE 3-U.S.-Israeli fintech Pagaya to go public via $8.5 bln SPAC deal

U.S.-Israeli fintech Pagaya on Wednesday agreed to go public through a merger with special-purpose acquisition company EJF Acquisition Corp in a deal with an enterprise value of $8.5 billion.

FACTBOX-Global big banks plot back-to-office plans as vaccines roll out

The biggest banks in the world plan to reopen their offices, emboldened by aggressive vaccination drives and falling COVID-19 cases in major financial hubs, after sending most employees home early last year to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.

UPDATE 1-Court hearing on Orcel's Santander job offer set for October 20

A court hearing of a case brought by Italian banker Andrea Orcel against Santander over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO is expected to resume on October 20, a statement from the Madrid court said on Tuesday.

Hearing between Orcel, Santander over job offer to resume on October 20, source says

The hearing of the case brought by Italian banker Andrea Orcel against Santander over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO is expected to resume on October 20, a court source said on Tuesday.

Silicon Valley Bank eyes hiring spree for new tech deals team

Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) is planning to hire dozens of bankers by the end of the year for its newly-launched technology investment banking unit, as the startup-focused bank looks to cash in on record dealmaking activity in the United States.

Hong Kong watchdog still watching IPO sponsor banks, has several open cases

Hong Kong's markets watchdog expects to penalise more brokers for misconduct over listings in the financial hub, particularly smaller firms, its enforcement director said on Wednesday, despite some large fines levied recently.

FACTBOX-Global big banks plot back-to-office plans as vaccines roll out

The biggest banks in the world plan to reopen their offices, emboldened by aggressive vaccination drives and falling COVID-19 cases in major financial hubs, after sending most employees home early last year to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Automotive electronics group Brusa plans Swiss IPO in Oct -sources

Swiss group Brusa Elektronik plans to list its power electronics business on the SIX Swiss Exchange as soon as October to capitalise on the boom in electrical drives for alternative vehicles, two sources close to the situation told Reuters.

Schwab to boost 'vast majority' of employees' pay by 5%

Charles Schwab Corp on Thursday said it was giving "the vast majority" of its employees a 5% pay increase effective in late September, becoming the latest employer in the financial services industry to boost wages amid a tight labor market.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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