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No one cares about these types of ippo. Its investment bank had yet another troublesome quarter between April and June after the botched IPO of Facebook dragged it into a loss.
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What UBS is doing seems so counterintuitive. The bank is still a good place to be, despite what WSO thinks.
I understand the market analysis of ppl like Genghis etc. Dec 22, – 9: Investment Banking Interview Questions and Answers. Upcoming Events See all. That unit contributed People in banking generally are willing to do whatever the fuck it takes to get themselves to a higher level in their career. Does anyone know what the story is with UBS Investment bank? This year banks didn’t hire much outside of their intern programmes because the shit hit the fat after they made offers to their SAs.
This worked when UBS’ Swiss aura and mystique wasn’t tarnished and the market continued to climb. But then, how would you know that your rainmakers won’t leave?
The summer is quickly approaching that is why it seems like such an extreme measure at this point Also, I do not work for UBS, but do you think that it will be split up? The above post is right, it is a lot better than having a ML offer and you did very well to get an offer at all in this climate. The investment bank has “self-shrunk” for the most part — that is, most of the best bankers have already taken their teams and left.
UBS is planning further drastic cutbacks in its struggling investment bank as Switzerland’s largest bank by assets accelerates a retreat to its more profitable wealth management business.
So it isn’t like they are going to be making a whole hell of a lot more elsewhere. The losses in the investment bank overshadowed the net profit of Sfr1. Filteype now, the talk is about how banks can’t stand the volatility, and may exit or separate their IB business. That’s not to say the big banks won’t adjust, just that the more agile boutiques will probably gain some market share. Haha, agree my post looks a little aggro. Too much pressure on this bank, and ofcourse the ibanking unit has adversely been affected.
I agree with tiletype reasoning but they don’t really have any prop desks to massacre. Many high-profile investment bankers have departed. This recent release has me a little concerned: You’ll drive yourself nuts, paralyze your ability to function, and pre-destine yourself to the outcome you don’t want if you do. I could see them pulling SA and FT offers. March 2nd will be the moment of truth.
Cut from 16, to 16, within five years? I think it is the uncertainty that will really hurt retention. Would this give less risk to the incoming FT? I think UBS is a pretty decent place to be right now.
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So say you typically hire summers, with the idea that you’ll give offers to 60, hit on half and get a person head start on recruiting. The bank hopes that its strong core tier-one capital ratio – a key measure of financial strength – sstatistics help to attract inflows from customers.
Correct me if I’m wrong though. I hope this doesn’t make me the stupid guy in the discussion, however, how does this impact their equity research group? To minimize interview error.
AND if you’re working hours per week filetypf can tell yourself that it really isn’t much more than you thought.
I also want to own Goldman Sachs, but nobody has knocked on my door yet As far as where cuts may be made within IBD he also states “it will be important not to allow the concentrated failure by a relatively small group of senior management and traders pursuing a single proprietary trading strategy to filefype in a general retreat from risk, with negative consequences for the investment banking client-focused franchise and retention of talent”.
So, Genghis and others, I’m curious as to what you think would happen in the event that 1 year down the track UBS decides to legally separate their IB with a view to a sale?