We asked you whether you thought UBS Group CEO Oswald Gruebel should stand down or remain at the helm of the bank in the wake of that $2.3bn unauthorized trading loss.
Here are a couple of sober comments from bank analysts about job cuts and bonuses currently doing the rounds.
If you are long equities, don't read any further.
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UBS Investment Bank CEO Carsten Kengeter has written to his staff, essentially calling them to arms.
Back / middle office guys (and girls) - the UBS trading scandal may make it even more difficult for you to transition to front office.
Such is the anger over in Switzerland at the UBS rogue trading scandal, that Swiss lawmakers voted Monday on a motion to reopen the debate and consider a ban on investment banking.
Jacob Schmidt, founder of Schmidt Research Partners Ltd., talks about the reputation of UBS AG's investment bank after the unauthorized trading loss.
Here's a selection of interesting links to BBC, Bloomberg, New York Post, New York Times and Reuters stories that are currently doing the rounds.
Bank of England chief economist Andrew Haldane has put himself on a collision course with Mark Carney, the Bank’s governor, by suggesting policymakers may be forced to slash interest rates to zero in the coming months to tackle the looming risk of deflation.
Investment banks are likely to shrink by another 10 to 15% in the next two years as they cut back their trading desks due to the impact of tougher regulations, a study said.
Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank's co-chief executive officer, Tuesday made a pledge for remaining a global investment bank, saying that European companies will increasingly need these amid tighter bank rules.