Craig Price, whose lawsuit against his former firm over wrongful termination is pending, says his junior partners are scandalizing his name with former clients.
Class-action suit alleges that company’s deduction of travel, parking and other business expenses from advisors’ pay and exempting them from overtime compensation violates California law.
Virginia advisor barred in December for failing to disclose outside business activities loses promissory-note arbitration case.
UBS Group AG is ready to jump on the electronic-trading bandwagon to help boost its U.S. corporate-debt trading business.
Justin Steers, who jumped earlier this month after 22 years with UBS, appears to have been welcomed back with open arms.
James Van Steenhuyse joins St. Louis-based firm in Phoenix after three decades at UBS and predecessor firms.
After seven years of disclosing broker hiring data, the Swiss bank omits data as it slashes recruiting and tries to combat attrition.
UBS Group AG boosted Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti’s pay and increased the bank’s bonus pool by about 6 percent after underlying profit rose.
Richard Bean, a “rising UBS talent” managing around $77 million of assets, prevails against bank’s attempt to restrict his contacting former clients at new firm.