Sergio Ermotti, UBS Group AG CEO, shares his thoughts on China's growth outlook and currency. Also Ermotti weighs in on U.S. banks and the future of the euro zone.» Read More
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Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, talks about the Asian market and the role of investment banking in the industry.