UBS loses majority of Denmark-based employees in one cut

Swiss UBS Wealth Management’s Danish division has at once lost several advisors. Where the employees – of which several have brought in customers from Nordea’s private banking division – have gone remains unknown.

Photo: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Swiss-based UBS Wealth Management has seen six employees leave its Danish office, located in Sankt Annæ Plads square in Copenhagen.

The bank’s press office in London has confirmed this information to AMWatch’s sister media FinansWatch, which has come to know of the sudden disappearance of an entire team of advisors.

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