UBS Combining Offices?
I just heard from a reliable source that UBS is strongly considering "complexing"/combining offices in the near future. In other words, if 4 or 5 branches are within a let's say a 50 mile radius, they are planning to combine them into a centralized location to save $. The source had no details on time or locations-- Can anyone either fill in the blanks or debunk this?Thanks in advance, LA
Complexing is one manager who has responsability over offices that arer close together. For instance, if you had 4 offices in Orlando Fl;orida one manager would have the other three managers reporting to him. Then the complex manager reports to market area manager who reports to the regional manager who then reports to Jamie Price. My understanding is that they are going to do this.
With regard to office consolidations, I assume that they are going to do this were it is appropriate.
Combining offices and/or complexing would still be a departure from normal operations at UBS. Edward Jones supervises producers in the field from the mother ship in St. Louis. That would be an extreme, but…LA
Wachovia is complexed, Morgan Stanely is complexed, ML has always been complexed, and Smith Barney is complexing. It makes sense that UBS will do the same.
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