Marion Halftermeyer

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Top Colleges' Liquidity Pressured By Weak Private Equity Returns

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The schools may need to come up with other sources of cash to cover future spending needs, a study found.

U.S. Pensions Compete With Gulf Funds For First Shot At PE Deals

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US pension funds are rapidly losing ground to deep-pocketed Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds.

Private Equity Firms Are Borrowing Against Their Funds' Assets

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Some investors in PE funds are leery of firms adding debt to portfolios already leveraged.

UBS Seeks To Shed $5 Billion In Rich Clients' Assets

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UBS Group AG has decided to exit $5 billion in assets it manages for rich customers as the Swiss firm sorts out the pieces of Credit Suisse it doesn’t want...

UBS Seeks To Shed $5 Billion In Rich Clients' Assets

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UBS Group has decided to exit $5 billion in assets it manages for rich customers.

UBS Signals Most Of Credit Suisse Investment Bank To Shut

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UBS executives have said they want to cut back riskier trading operations.

Global Household Wealth Drops For First Time Since 2008 Financial Crisis

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The bulk of the decline was felt in North American and European households.

UBS Culls Credit Suisse's Top Leaders After Historic Deal Closes

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Only a fifth of the 160 leadership positions in the combined bank are coming from Credit Suisse.

UBS 'Clean Team' Descends On Credit Suisse As Deal Nears Closing

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UBS has sent about 100 people to assess client rosters and talent.

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