Product Specialist (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 12 November 2018
- Flexible work life, able to manage own calander - Learned management skills, variety of IT knowledge and system skills - Management were good, good leadership in most areas, preffered Asset Management - Hardest part of job: changing old processes with limited IT resources - Most enjoyable: team culture and work ethic emoungst employees
Financial Control (Former Employee) – London – 2 November 2018
Outstanding experience from the start. As with large companies there are problems. Since 2008 where the fear of job security (which is no longer) there major issues I found was silos and the sharing/handover of knowledge. All in all UBS was a fantastic place for me which enabled me to evolve into a much better professional.
Management Consultant (Former Employee) – London – 29 October 2018
Worked as a contractor - witnessed bulling by a manager (female) daily of all staff under her control. This took the form of verbal abuse including swearing - berating an employees in an open plan office. Her management just ignored what was occurring.
Analyst (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 27 September 2018
The team and department I worked in are hard working but the atmosphere is fairly relaxed. Senior management encourage people to come up with initiatives to foster teamwork, collaboration and a better work/life balance. It isn't a bad place to work, it depends which part of UBS you end up and as with every job what type of boss you have and the type of colleagues you have around you.
Business Analyst/Product Manager (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 24 September 2018
Strong culture, citizenship very important and we are supported to take time out to support the community. Busy working day completing introduction calls, customer reviews, dealing with queries, making referrals.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 16 July 2018
The investment bank suffered poor management up to and through 2012 with the fixed income and currency department being scaled back dramatically. Redundancies resulted in the lack of retention of knowledge. The bank sought to change its culture but has struggled to find a new identity.
Executive Director (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 30 April 2018
The investment bank suffered poor management up to and through 2008 with the fixed income and currency department being scaled back dramatically. The bank sought to change its culture but has struggled to find a new identity.
Risk Analyst - EMEA Risk & Regulatory Mgmt Team (Former Employee) – London – 28 March 2018
UBS AG is a Swiss global financial services company, incorporated in the Canton of Zurich, and co-headquartered in Zürich and Basel. The company provides wealth management, asset management, and investment banking services for private, corporate, and institutional clients worldwide, and is generally considered to be a bulge bracket bank. In Switzerland, these services are also offered to retail clients.
DIRECTOR | HEAD OF CONFORMANCE (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 19 March 2018
The organisation is good for work life balance and they promote this a lot e.g. paternal/maternal leave sharing, part-time, remote working etc. Employees in general appreciate the flexibility. Overall, a good place for work life balance.
Structured product analyst (Former Employee) – London – 26 January 2018
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Business Analyst/Project Manager (contract) (Former Employee) – London – 25 October 2017
Good management team and culture in equities in London. Better atmosphere and real culture compared to other banks Work-life balance does not really exist if you are working on a strategic project. Really slow in decision making and lack of direction.