UBS Americas Inc. is a holding company and, through its subsidiaries, offers wealth management, asset management, and investment banking and brokerage services. UBS Americas Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Stamford, Connecticut. UBS Americas Inc. operates as a subsidiary of UBS AG.
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Founded in 2000
UBS Americas Announces Management Changes
May 19 14
UBS Americas appointed Paul Hatch as new group managing director and head of Advice and Solutions, to spearhead products and services as part of a reorganization of its new brokerage operations in the Americas. In his new role, Paul Hatch will report directly to Robert McCann, chief executive of UBS Americas. Prior to joining UBS Americas, Hatch, had worked in management roles at Morgan Stanley's wealth-management business, including head of investment strategy and client solutions in 2013. Starting his career in the brokerage industry at EF Hutton & Co nearly three decades ago, Hatch joined Citigroup in 1993, remaining at its joint venture with Morgan Stanley in 2009, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. Hatch will supervise John Brown, head of middle markets, McWilliams, head of wealth management transformation, Mike Ryan, chief investment strategist for the Americas wealth management unit, and Tom Troy, head of capital markets for the unit. Additionally, the company has made some changes to the roles of managing the Americas wealth-management unit. Jason Chandler will now manage the wealth-management advisor group in the eastern half of the US., as well as advisers in the unit's international business and the domestic Canadian wealth-management business. Carroll will supervise the wealth-management advisor group in the western half of the country. Earlier, Chandler had headed all US-based financial advisers. John Mathews will continue to lead the unit's private wealth-management business.
FHFA Reaches $885 Million Settlement with UBS
Jul 26 13
The conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac announced an $885 million settlement with UBS Americas of charges that the firm misrepresented the quality of private-label mortgage-backed securities Fannie and Freddie bought during the housing boom. UBS will pay $415 million to Fannie and $470 million to Freddie to resolve claims related to securities sold to the two government-sponsored enterprises between 2004 and 2007.