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UBS seeing positive client flows this quarter - Khan

ZURICH, Sept 20 (Reuters) - UBS Group UBSG.S is seeing positive flows of client funds this quarter, the co-head of the Swiss bank's wealth management business said on Tuesday. The first quarter had been pretty strong and it viewed the slowdown in the second quarter as an "anomaly", Iqbal Khan told the BofA Global Research financials conference. "As of this quarter we are seeing positive flows," he said without being specific.
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Prime brokers fight for clients after Credit Suisse's exit

By Carolina Mandl NEW YORK, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The departure of Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN.S from the business of servicing hedge funds unleashed a battle for market share among banks, with the three biggest players getting bigger, according to prime brokers and new industry data. Credit Suisse said in November it would exit prime brokerage, which provides financing, custody, clearing and advisory services to hedge funds and institutional clients.
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UBS CFO sees increased client caution as global economy slows

ZURICH, Sept 13 (Reuters) - UBS UBSG.S is seeing increased caution among its clients as worries about the slowing global economy, rising inflation and energy prices hit investor confidence, Chief Financial Officer Sarah Youngwood said on Tuesday. "The clients... are cautious, obviously, given what is going on in the world. That is translating into less transactions and less recurring revenues," Youngwood told the Barclays Financial Services Conference.
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Great expectations

A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike Dolan. If reining in inflation expectations is the U.S. Federal Reserve's main task, it can count the latest surveys as a tactical victory at least. World markets go into Tuesday's critical release of U.S. consumer price data for August with high hopes that inflation has already crested and is on the wane.
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UBS to boost dividend, sees buybacks above 2022 target

* Swiss bank plans to raise dividend 10% to $0.55 per share * Expects 2022 share buybacks above $5 billion target * Moves follow decision to scrap $1.4 bln Wealthfront purchase ZURICH, Sept 13 (Reuters) - UBS Group UBSG.S plans to increase its dividend by 10% and expects 2022 share repurchases to exceed its $5 billion goal, the Swiss bank said, boosting payouts from its strong balance sheet after scrapping a $1.4 billion deal to buy Wealthfront.
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UniCredit gets ECB's green light for second 1 bln euro share buyback

* Approval takes into account updated adverse macro scenario * ECB's case-by-case approach positive for other banks * Shares up 4%, outperform sector By Valentina Za MILAN, Aug 31 (Reuters) - UniCredit CRDI.MI on Wednesday said it had gained supervisory approval for a new share buyback of up to 1 billion euros ($1 billion), putting it on track to hit its capital distribution goals despite economic recession risks.
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Archegos tried to lull banks before $36 bln firm collapsed - US prosecutors

By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Archegos Capital Management LP made a last-ditch effort to falsely persuade banks its survival was not at stake in an unsuccessful bid to forestall the sudden collapse of the $36 billion private investment firm, U.S. prosecutors said. The accusation came in a 12-page letter filed on Thursday night in Manhattan federal court, where Archegos' owner Sung Kook "Bill" Hwang has pleaded not guilty to 11 charges of fraud, market manipulation and racketee
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Vontobel H1 profit drops 21% in tough markets

ZURICH, July 28 (Reuters) - First-half net profit at Swiss wealth and asset management group Vontobel VONN.S fell by a fifth as market ructions prompted a small net outflow of client funds, it said on Thursday. Group net profit slumped 21% to 151.4 million Swiss francs ($158 million), while operating income fell 12%. Net new money slipped 0.8%. Return on equity retreated to 14.6% from 18.7% in the first half of 2021, but beat the target of at least 14%.
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Europe's banks flash some good news but downbeat on economy

By Tom Sims and Sinead Cruise FRANKFURT/LONDON, July 27 (Reuters) - European banks this week offered flashes of surprisingly good news on profits, but some executives spoke of a bleak outlook for the rest of the year amid raging inflation, war and energy shortages. Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE , the German lender in Europe's largest economy, reported on Wednesday larger-than-expected profit for the second quarter that was helped by trading revenue in volatile markets and higher interest rates.
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Credit Suisse names new CEO to overhaul investment bank as losses mount

ZURICH, July 27 (Reuters) - Credit Suisse Group CSGN.S has named asset management boss Ulrich Koerner as its new CEO, who is tasked with scaling back investment banking and cutting more than $1 billion in costs to help the bank recover from a string of scandals and losses. The Swiss bank has dubbed 2022 a "transition" year with a change of guard, restructuring aimed at curtailing risk-taking in investment banking, and bulking up of wealth management, while batting away speculation that it could
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UBS quarterly profit underwhelms, flags 'uncertain' second half

(Updates with details of results) ZURICH, July 26 (Reuters) - Swiss bank UBS UBSG.S posted on Tuesday a smaller-than-expected rise in second-quarter net profit as its investment banking and wealth management businesses struggled in tough market conditions. Profit in the three months ended June rose 5% to $2.1 billion. That compared with $2.0 billion a year earlier and lagged expectations for a 19.8% rise to $2.4 billion in a poll of 19 analysts compiled by the bank.
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Swiss bank Julius Baer hit by market downturn during first half of year

* Bank to accelerate 'cost discipline' in H2 * CEO rules out immediate lay-offs * Assets under management shrink as global markets fall * Net new money down, but situation improving - CEO (Rewrites, adding CEO, background) By John Revill ZURICH, July 25 (Reuters) - Swiss wealth manager Julius Baer BAER.S will freeze hiring for non relationship manager positions after higher costs and lower client activity triggered a 26% drop in first half earnings.
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Wall Street Journal - July 13

July 13 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - Alphabet Inc's GOOGL.O Google will slow hiring for the rest of the year, Chief Executive Sundar Pichai told employees, making the search giant the latest tech company to either pull back on new hires or trim staff.
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UBS promotes Khan to steer wealth management

By Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi and Elizabeth Dilts Marshall NEW YORK, July 13 (Reuters) - UBS UBSG.S , the world's biggest wealth manager, on Tuesday named Iqbal Khan the sole head of the Swiss bank's global wealth management division in an executive board reshuffle. Khan, who joined Switzerland's biggest bank in 2019 to co-head its flagship division, will take over when co-president Tom Naratil steps down in October after decades with the bank.
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Criminal complaint filed against UBS over linked funds

ZURICH, July 8 (Reuters) - Three organisations have filed a criminal complaint to federal prosecutors in Switzerland, alleging a failure to exercise due diligence at UBS UBSG.S in relation to funds they say were received by an alleged associate of former Congolese president Joseph Kabila. The complaint, filed by Swiss campaign group Public Eye, alongside two other groups, relates to a possible failure to exercise due diligence regarding financial transactions within the largest Swiss bank.
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Criminal complaint filed against UBS over linked funds

ZURICH, July 8 (Reuters) - Three organisations have filed a criminal complaint to federal prosecutors in Switzerland, alleging possible money laundering and a failure to exercise due diligence at UBS UBSG.S in relation to funds they say were received by an alleged associate of former Congolese president Joseph Kabila. "The criminal complaint transmitted to the (Office of the Attorney General)...
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UniCredit's Orcel takes charge of Italy in domestic drive

* Italy head stripped of role a year after appointment * Other senior executives left in recent weeks * Board wants Italy under CEO's direct remit By Valentina Za MILAN, July 6 (Reuters) - UniCredit CEO Andrea Orcel has taken direct responsibility for running the Italian bank's domestic business, an internal memo showed, after the board removed Niccolo Ubertalli as its head.
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Credit Suisse scraps negative rates for Swiss private clients

By Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi ZURICH, June 29 (Reuters) - Credit Suisse CSGN.S is scrapping the negative interest rates it has charged wealthy Swiss clients since 2020, the lender said on Wednesday, as its economists anticipate a further rate hike in Switzerland this year. "Despite the continued negative interest-rate environment, Credit Suisse will repeal the account balance fee and thus move away from using negative interest rates in Swiss francs as of July 1 for the private client business," the
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Hong Kong's top finance executives bank on city to thrive as gateway to China

By Selena Li, Kane Wu and Julie Zhu HONG KONG, June 27 (Reuters) - In 1997, the world watched as Britain returned Hong Kong to Chinese rule, with some pessimistic or wary about the outlook for the city and its role in the global financial system. Twenty-five years later, Hong Kong has so far retained its status as a financial hub, and some of the city's top executives are banking on a bright future as the territory remains a crucial springboard for investment into mainland China.
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Hong Kong's top finance executives bank on city to thrive as gateway to China

By Selena Li, Kane Wu and Julie Zhu HONG KONG, June 27 (Reuters) - In 1997, the world watched as Britain returned Hong Kong to Chinese rule, with some pessimistic or wary about the outlook for the city and its role in the global financial system. Twenty-five years later, Hong Kong has so far retained its status as a financial hub, and some of the city's top executives are banking on a bright future as the territory remains a crucial springboard for investment into mainland China.
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