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(This April 19 story is refiled to clarify description of northern European markets with looser cross-border regulations.)
ZURICH/LONDON Swiss bank UBS has told employees that the majority of those affected by Brexit will move to Frankfurt from London, setting out what it called a decentralised approach to relocating staff.
Vevey Nach dem schwächsten Wachstum seit Jahrzehnten drückt Nestle beim Umbau aufs Tempo.
ZURICH Three years after the Swiss National Bank shocked currency markets by scrapping the franc's peg to the euro, it faces the toughest task of any major central bank in normalising ultra-loose monetary policy.
Zürich Die Schweizerische Nationalbank (SNB) wird nach Einschätzung von Experten noch Jahrzehnte benötigen, um den Krisenmodus wieder zu verlassen.
Zürich Kaum ein Außenstehender bekommt sie jemals zu Gesicht. Doch in atombombensicheren Rechenzentren entscheidet sich womöglich die Zukunft der Bankenbranche.
ZURICH UBS, the world's biggest private bank, is considering rolling out its online investment platform in more countries after a successful trial in Britain, a senior manager of its wealth management business said.
ZURICH UBS, the world's biggest private bank, is considering rolling out its online investment platform worldwide after a successful trial in Britain, a senior manager of its wealth management business said.
ZURICH UBS expects a good year for Swiss initial public offerings in 2018 as a mixture of large and small deals hits the market, a senior executive at Switzerland's biggest bank told Reuters.
ZURICH Switzerland's biggest banks expect a planned U.S. corporate tax cut will cost them billions of dollars due to writedowns on deferred tax assets (DTA), setting up Credit Suisse for its third straight annual loss.
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