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About the company

  • CEO
    Sergio P. Ermotti
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5m to $25m (SGD)
  • Industry
    Financial Services
  • Headquarters
    Zurich, 8001 Switzerland
  • Link
    UBS website

UBS works with individuals, families, institutions, and corporations around the world to help answer some of life's questions – whether through award winning wealth management advisory, investment banking and asset management expertise, or private and corporate banking services in Switzerland*.

We're a team of more than 60,000 colleagues, collaborating across all major financial centers in more than 50 countries**. We strive for excellence in everything we do, and this has awarded us recognition across our businesses. We offer a collaborative, international and diverse working environment that rewards passion, commitment and success – and are regularly recognized as an attractive employer.*

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Analyst in Singapore
on November 16, 2022
low bonus

low pay low bonus no work life balance micromanagement join at your own risk if u dm the low pay package for huge workload burn weekend but this depends on dept

KYC onboarding Officer in Singapore
on December 1, 2022
Extremely intense and stressful jobs

Work segregation is too much. Eg instead of doing A-Z but over here we do only A, they added the volume which is sky high that we can’t cope. Every minute, every hour is a rushing day, there is no peak or non peak period of doing work, everyday, every fresh week is chasing for figures to get work done. From the start of the week, the manager will load you with 180% of workload volumes when we can only perform 100% of the workloads. That’s why we have to work very late even to midnight in order to reduce our work volume, even week end we have to do our work. There is no peace, even on our rest day..we still thinking of our workloads volume. Line manager treat us like machine operator or robot. Non appreciated. Bank wise is too bureaucratic, very digit, inflexible, non negotiable on policy set. IT wise is very advance, not a good work culture as colleagues are arrogant, non helpful. The Bank encourages all staff working from home.

Manager in Singapore
on October 30, 2022
A fun and good company to work for

I was with UBS for two years. Fast-paced but rewarding salary. Everyone is nice efficient and respectful. I would work there again if proper opportunity comes.

Manager in Singapore
on September 12, 2022

A good place to learn and work with very smart people. You will always feel engaged. Work life balance is however an issue as there are late night calls and long work hours.

Global Wealth Management Summer Analyst in Singapore
on January 12, 2022
Good environment and salary but low internship conversion rates

Good working environment and decent salary, but low conversion rates for summer interns. Not the best place to go to if you are looking to convert to a full time role from an internship.

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