Company Overview of UBS Americas Inc.
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.
677 Washington Boulevard
Stamford, CT 06901
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for UBS Americas Inc.
Chief Executive and President
Head of Wealth-Management Advisor Group for Western Half
Head of Private Wealth-Management Business
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
UBS Americas Inc. Key Developments
UBS Americas Announces Executive Changes, Effective 1 January 2016
Nov 3 15
Robert J. McCann will take on a new role as Chairman UBS Americas where he will focus on clients and strategic priorities across the region. This follows his decision to step down from his current roles as President Wealth Management Americas (WMA) and President UBS Americas as well as the GEB. Over the past six years, McCann successfully turned around WMA making it an important part of the group's profitability and played a significant role in shaping the strategy of the region and the group. Tom Naratil, currently Group Chief Financial Officer and Group Chief Operating Officer, will succeed McCann as President Wealth Management Americas and President UBS Americas on the GEB. Naratil, whose work for the firm is widely recognized, joined UBS in 2000 after 17 years at Paine Webber Inc. Before his current role he was Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer of Wealth Management Americas. All changes are effective 1 January 2016.
UBS Americas Appoints John Houlihan as Head for Wealth Management Group in New York's Long Island Region
Sep 18 15
UBS Americas announced that it has hired John Houlihan as new head for its wealth management group in New York's Long Island region. In his new role, Houlihan will serve as UBS' newest complex manager and manage the firm's Long Island, N.Y. complex. Houlihan joined UBS from Barclays, where he served as regional manager for wealth and investment management.
Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston to Receive More Than $110.7 Million in Private-Label MBS Suit
Apr 27 15
Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston agreed to settle its claims against various defendants regarding investments in private-label MBS, for a net amount of $110.7 million. The FHLB will continue its private-label MBS litigation against various securities dealers, underwriters, control persons, issuers/depositors and credit rating agencies. According to the FHLB's Form 10-K filed March 23, defendants in the private-label MBS litigation include some of the large institutions, their affiliates and subsidiaries and/or defendants under their control or under the control of their affiliates or subsidiaries. Among them are JPMorgan Chase & Co., Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse (USA) Inc. Other defendants include Barclays Capital Inc., Nomura Holding America Inc., RBS Holdings USA Inc., UBS AmericasInc., Bear Stearns Cos. LLC, DB Structured Products Inc., DB U.S. Financial Market Holding Corp., EMC Mortgage Corp., Impac Mortgage Holdings Inc. and WaMu Capital Corp.
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