Olivant pressures UBS

May 25th, 2008
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UBS investors are pushing for a separation of their wealth management business and their lagging investment banking arm. Most notably is Olivant Advisers which was founded by former UBS president Luqman Arnold. Some analysts estimate UBS is trading at a 25 percent discount because the value of its wealth management unit is diluted by the troubled investment banking division. UBS continues to state that the investment banking and wealth management arms compliment each other and that it does not make sense to separate the company.
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Olivant Advisers
Related People: Alan Morgan; Luqman Arnold
Related Entities: Olivant Advisers (Asia-Pacific) Private Ltd; Olivant Advisers Limited; Olivant Limited

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