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Predecessor• Union Bank of Switzerland
• Swiss Bank Corporation
HeadquartersZürich, Basel, Switzerland
Member ofCentre for European Policy Studies/Corporate Members, WEF/Strategic Partners
Sponsor ofWEF/Young Global Leaders
Exposed byBrad Birkenfeld
Swiss bank many employees of which reportedly suffered a premature death.

UBS is a Swiss bank which in March 2023 took over its smaller rival Credit Suisse in a deal worth more than $3 billion.[1]

Dead bankers

UBS Group AG, with over $5 trillion in invested assets, is Switzerland's largest bank. The company has a sprawling international footprint, with over half of its wealth management assets coming from clients in the United States. Experts believe these customers are drawn to strict bank-client laws in Switzerland. In recent decades, scandals have embroiled both UBS and its latest acquisition, Credit Suisse. After regulators quickly approved of the merger, fresh litigation risks have come to light.

Michael Tyler has alleged that several UBS employees have suffered a premature death.[2]


Employees on Wikispooks

Henrik EhrnroothVarious positions19941998
Alex KrauerPresident19982000
Marcel OspelChairman2001April 2008
Marcel OspelCEO19982001Attended Bilderberg/2001
Philippe de WeckDirector of the Freiburg Branch19531956
Philippe de WeckExecutive Vice President1964
Philippe de WeckDirector of the Geneva Branch19561964
Philippe de WeckUBS/Chairman1 April 19761980


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Credit Suisse and the power of moneyArticle20 March 2023Peter SchwarzThe merger creates a monster bank with a balance sheet total of CHF (Swiss francs) 1.5 trillion ($1.6 trillion), almost twice the gross domestic product of Switzerland, which amounted to CHF 771 billion in 2022. If it enters a tailspin, it will trigger a tsunami that will drag the Swiss state budget and parts of the world economy into the abyss.
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