General presentation of UBS
Let's start our analysis of the UBS share with a slightly more detailed presentation of the Swiss group and explanations on its activities. By understanding what are the sources of income for this company, you will have an easier time anticipating future variations in this stock market price.
The UBS group is a Swiss company and more specifically a holding company. This is organized around 4 poles of activities that we will now present to you according to the share of turnover that these activities generate:
- First of all, the majority of the UBS group's income comes from wealth management activities. These activities represent more than 54.4% of operating revenues.
- The investment banking activities represent 26.1% of the turnover of the UBS group.
- Then there are the retail banking and merchant banking activities. The latter generate 13.5% of the turnover of this holding company.
- Finally, asset management represents the smallest pole of activity in the group, ie 6% of total turnover.
Currently, the UBS group is in charge of the management of more than 419.8 billion Swiss Francs and 320.4 billion Swiss Francs of outstanding loans.
It is also interesting to know the geographic distribution of the activities of this group by share of turnover. In Switzerland, the UBS group generates 23.2% of its turnover. Europe and the Middle East Africa generates 20.1% of the turnover of this company. The Americas generate 40.8% of the group's turnover and finally, the Asia Pacific generates 15.9% of turnover.
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