Dicen esto, que no necesariamente tiene que ser cierto (o en el sentido literal del titular):
UBS, en conversaciones para adquirir Credit Suisse: FT
, pues al final vas a tener razón. El SNB se la va a tener que envainar y decirle a UBS que haga el trabajo sucio.
Mi apuesta, UBS se queda con el negocio de wealth management de CS que es complementario al de UBS y quizás asset management. El CS First Boston (investment bank) lo dejan hundirse en la miseria y el Swiss bank se parte en trozos y se reparte entre los bancos cantonales.
Y el edificio de Credit Suisse de Paradeplatz lo convierten en prostibulo de lugo
UBS Group (UBS
) is in talks to acquire all or parts of Credit Suisse(CS
), Financial Times reported Friday, though neither company has confirmed merger talks are on.1
On Thursday, sources told Bloomberg
the Swiss government may be trying to arrange a merger between UBS and Credit Suisse in a move the paper said was being resisted by both sides.2 Reuters reported Friday that Credit Suisse AG's CFO has called a Saturday meeting to explore possible options—including a sale, break up or winding down of any combination of the firm's operations.3
Despite a $54 billion loan
from the Swiss central bank this week, investors continue losing faith in the company. Credit Suisse shares slid nearly 7% on the day by Friday's close. Other financial institutions are reportedly distancing themselves from the firm, with Reuters reporting four major banks have limited their dealings with Credit Suisse and its securities.4
For its part, the U.S. Treasury Department is reportedly reviewing the financial sector's exposure to the bank, according to Bloomberg
The bank has spent the last few days trying to recover after its shares hit all-time lows
Wednesday. Despite the liquidity infusion and vote of confidence from the Swiss National Bank, reports have surfaced of the firm exploring different options.
Credit Suisse was troubled before the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank
sent financial tremors through the banking system. In the past few years, the company has been accused of spying on rivals, made bad hedge fund
bets, and suffered earnings losses.
The troubled bank continued to see its price fall despite a $54bn cash infusion from the Swiss national bank