The 51-year-old Swiss banker was appointed as the temporary head of UBS after former chief executive Oswald Gruebel fell on his sword (with some pushing) and resigned following the $2.3 billion rogue trading loss that occurred under his watch. Ermotti is the leading candidate to get the top gig permanently, but it will be a complicated one. Even before the whole billions of dollars lost with no oversight, the bank was facing downsizing; insiders say Gruebel’s unwillingness to do so actually had more to do with his swift exit than the rogue trading scandal. So that’s one less person on the rolls.
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