Connecticut Alters Deal for UBS to Stay in Stamford


Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy made a statement that UBS AG is committed to staying in Connecticut through 2021. Financial firms have been leaving Stamford en-masse, much to do with significant drops in trading revenues. Since 1997, UBS has offices in Stamford, boasting a 12-acre campus. The Stamford UBS office has one of the biggest trading floors in the world (almost the size of two U.S. football fields.) Built for 1,400 traders, the floor was a showpiece for UBS clients. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

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