1. Executive Summary This report is to analyze the recent performance of Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS), focusing on its private banking business, in order to explore its financial features and products and services that on offer by UBS and past strategy and future prospects of UBS. Besides, there is a covering of the current global market of private banking as well as studying the main features of the market environment and UBS competitors and the recent trends of private banking industry globally
process does not only affect current shareholders, stakeholders and potential investors, but also involves different service providers including legal advisors, auditors, bookrunners, global coordinator, and the regulators. The publication issued by SIX Swiss Exchange in 2011 provides comprehensive knowledge for the fundamental understanding of IPOs and includes professional input from all involving parties. In the following paragraphs, the definition of the process, advantages and disadvantages, as well
Swatch case study "This watch is the product which will reintroduce Switzerland to the low and middle price market. It is the ﬁrst step of our campaign to regain dominance of the world watch industry," said Dr. Ernst Thomke, President of ETA SA, a subsidiary of ASUAG and Switzerland 's largest watch company. Ernst Thomke had made this conﬁdent declaration about SWATCH to Franz Sprecher, Project Marketing Consultant, in late spring 1981. Sprecher had accepted a consulting assignment to help
Claim: Seeking healthcare abroad is growing among Canadians and providing them with good quality of care. Medical tourism is travelling internationally for non-urgent medical treatment and paying out-of-pocket money. The recent influx of this phenomenon attracted public attention. There’s a big list of international destinations where patients decide to travel to obtain a wide range of non-urgent medical procedures. These destinations range from low to high risk according to possible complications
Influence on lucerne and to what extent has it succeeded in achieving its goal as a major tourism destination of this region? Introduction Following the famous and multitudinously citied definition of sustainable development of the Brundtland Report (World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987) as "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs", sustainable tourism can be defined as tourism that ―meets
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Aiding in the national prescription drug addiction epidemic, makers of antipsychotics will remarket brands when their “patents expire”. Rebranding existing medications is extremely dangerous to patients and can sometimes lead to death. In Oldani’s study he emphasizes the dangers of rebranding psychotropics. The atypical antipsychotics currently are the dominant branded class of psychotropics (e.g., Zyprexa, Abilify, Geodon, etc.), but they are systematically losing their patent lives as well, and
chocolate-making trade in Italy. After eight years of experiment, the Swiss Daniel Peter puts the first milk chocolate on the market in 1875 and Rodolphe Lindt of Berne produces chocolate which melts on the tongue for the first time in the year 1879. Some Famous Swiss Chocolate Makers The Swiss have a history of famous Swiss chocolate makers that made Swiss chocolates popular worldwide. The pioneers worked hard to establish the Swiss chocolate industry. The famous names are François-Louis Cailler,
ground to help administer first aid to any causalities. The East African Uongozi Institute is an international Cooperation and collaboration primarily involving four institution of higher learning. The University of Dar es Salaam, the University of Nairobi, the Makerere University and the University of California at Los Angeles.
In Law Enforcement there is a term called “Contagious shooting” this is has been described as a sociological phenomenon observed in military and police Officers in the United States, in which one person firing on a target can induce others to do the same, without any reason why. Often the subsequent shooters will not know why they are firing. This is because the Officers get caught up in the moment. This is observed quite frequently in new officers, but has happened in veteran officers as well.