If the UBS acquisition of Credit Suisse finalizes,

UBS will be SIGNIFICANTLY bigger than the GDP of Switzerland.

Roughly $5T in assets to Switzerland’s $0.8T GDP.

So what happens if Switzerland decides they want additional regulations on UBS and UBS decides they don’t like that??

If I’m perfectly honest, I don’t know what this would mean…

Could UBS just stick it to the government at that point and say they don’t want to?

It seems like a genuine possibility.

I’m curious to know what you think.

Could UBS hold legitimate power over Switzerland?

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