Morningstar 2012 International-Stock Fund Manager of the Year Rajiv Jain expects continued earnings growth for the less popular growth stories of tobacco and Indian consumer stocks.
Although he notes the potential problems of investing in financial-services names, Oakmark's Clyde McGregor sees some mispricing in European banks.
International Manager of the Decade David Herro on misvalued asset managers and his increasing interest in Japanese companies.
ICAP's Jerry Senser says his funds are maintaining focus on the highest-quality financials.
A U.S. judge said the Internal Revenue Service can demand information from UBS AG about U.S. clients of Wegelin & Co., the Swiss bank that pleaded guilty this month to conspiring to help cheat the IRS.
UBS AG posted a second straight quarterly loss after booking a fine for trying to rig global interest rates and costs tied to job cuts.
UBS Wealth Management Americas turned out a record fourth quarter, serving as a bright spot in an otherwise tough quarter for the Swiss bank.
UBS financial advisor Bryan Mountain, number 24 on the Top 40 Under 40 list, helps clients find a balance between finding retirement income and taking on the risks that can grow their portfolios.
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