UBS delivers comprehensive financial services to high net worth individuals in over 40 countries across the world. Its key areas of business include asset management, investment banking, and wealth management. It is also the biggest bank in Switzerland for retail customers.
The organisation employs around 63,500 people. Around 38% work in the Americas, 34% in Switzerland, 15% in the rest of Europe, and 13% in Asia Pacific.
UBS offers graduate programmes in: Wealth Management, Investment Banking, and Global Asset Management. The 18-24 month schemes offer continuous learning and on-the-job training, and give real responsibility from the start. Successful applicants will receive classroom training, coaching from senior leaders, and exposure to a variety of teams and projects.
Graduates from all degree disciplines are encouraged to apply, though those with language skills are particularly in demand. During the recruitment process, applicants will be required to demonstrate sound skills in problem solving, analysis, and communication.
Starting salary is around £30,000, and benefits include an annual bonus scheme based on performance, as well as a work-life balance initiative.
UBS is a combination of at least 28 predecessor banks.
Benefits of working for UBS
Benefits vary substantially from location to location