'Our investors have grown impatient given the pace at which we have moved.'
'Our investors have grown impatient given the pace at which we have moved. They expect quick change, and perhaps we must indeed move somewhat faster', he said in an interview with the Neue Zuercher Zeitung printed on Saturday.
Reuters reports that he said he had no preference in principle for either wealth management or investment banking and that the strategy the bank develops this year would determine how much capital it needs for a robust balance sheet.
'The bank's strategy is not a matter of mutually exclusive alternatives. We will put strong focus on Asia without neglecting other markets', the NZZ quoted him as saying.
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