65? 70? 80? What’s the Real Retirement Age These Days?
A spate of recent reports indicates that retirement age is just a number — a moving target, at that.
Forget $1 Million. To Feel Wealthy, You Need $5 Million in Assets
HNW and affluent investors tell UBS that it takes a minimum of $5 million in investable assets to feel wealthy these days.
Raymond James Retires Morgan Keegan Brand, as Tech Transition Ends
Raymond James said Tuesday it had wrapped up the conversion of Morgan Keegan operations and clients into Raymond James’ technology systems.
UBS Offers Big Help for Small Business
The program gives company owners one-on-one strategic financial and business advice and access to UBS senior executives, plus a smorgasbord of other UBS resources. Objective: new job creation.
11 Predictions for 2012 Election by UBS: The Issues
UBS Wealth Management recently released its first in a series of five Election Watch 2012 reports designed to guide investors through the critical issues and developments of this pivotal year for the political landscape.
UBS Picks Up 11 Advisors With $1.2 Billion in Assets
Ten of UBS' new financial advisors come from Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo.
UBS Hosts Client Forum With Clinton, Bush on Economy
The wealth-management group also says its advisors and clients will be supporting small businesses in New York, as part of a pilot project.
Debt Crisis Spooks Investors: Survey
Investors are keeping an eye on the debt ceiling fight in Washington, and they don’t like what they see, according to a poll from UBS Wealth Management Americas, which also indicates that investor sentiment has reversed in recent days.
2011 Q1 Earnings: UBS Wealth Unit Swings Back to Profit of $126 Million
UBS Wealth Management Americas reported a Q1 2011 pre-tax profit of 111 million Swiss francs, about $126 million, up from a loss in the prior quarter.
UBS Veteran Hoekstra to Lead ETF Advisory Firm
The former head of UBS Wealth Management Americas will be CEO of the ETF advisory firm