Swiss authorities brokered the controversial emergency rescue of Credit score Suisse by UBS for 3 billion Swiss francs ($3.37 billion) over the course of a weekend in March.
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The settlement will see the Swiss authorities cowl losses of as much as 9 billion Swiss francs ($10 billion) following UBS’ acquisition of its rival.
“As a part of the settlement, the Swiss authorities ensures losses of as much as CHF 9bn if realized on a chosen portfolio of Credit score Suisse non-core property as soon as UBS bears the primary CHF 5bn of any realized losses,” UBS stated in an announcement.
“UBS will handle these property in a prudent and diligent method and intends to reduce any losses and maximize worth realization on these property.”
The acquisition of Credit score Suisse is predicted to happen as early as June 12, UBS stated.
Credit score Suisse shares cratered by way of early March, with years of scandals, losses and alleged mismanagement coming to a head when the Saudi Nationwide Financial institution stated it was not capable of present any more money to the financial institution due to regulatory restrictions.
UBS Group shares had been flat at 9:22 a.m. London time.