Sergio Ermotti, age 59, is a Swiss investment banker and a previous stock trader, who never had to seek for his real calling desperately. By the time he was 15, he had left his school and indeed went on following his father’s footsteps as a young apprentice at the Corner Bank in Lugano.
He began his career, selling stocks and trading them for even better prospects.
Today the same rookie serves as the chief executive officer of USB Group AG, the most prominent Swiss banking institution in the world.
Sergio joined the team as on an interim basis in September 2011, and ever since November 2011; he remains on the position safe and sound.
Sergio’s Banking Career & Net Worth
Sergio started on this journey of working for a small local bank in his hometown. Although he retired from his schooling for a while, he soon caught of with his education.
Never letting aside his studies, Sergio later went onto receive a degree Advance Management degree from the University of Oxford in Oxford, Oxfordshire.
Besides the decade long experience at UBS, he previously worked on several roles with Merrill Lynch for the most prolonged period that being, from 1987 to 2003.
Then followed a two-years at Global Markets & Investment Banking and eventually as the deputy chief executive officer for Italian bank UniCredit.
All the long hauls and sleepless nights in the banking world in the long-run has been nothing but worthwhile. For today he gets to enjoys the whooping amount of riches coming his way.
Sergio Ermotti at his best (Photo: flickr.com)
The Banking star reportedly received a 14.2 million Swiss francs ($14.92 million) as per his salary in the fiscal year 2017.
Meanwhile, the USB had paid him $9 million in addition to welcoming him with the “golden hello” of $26 million in the year 2012.
Although the figures to his net worth remains a mystery, speculations can always be made based on his handsome paychecks in the past years.
Married Life: Wife & Children
Born as 'Sergio Pietro Ermotti,' Sergio celebrates his birthday every year on the 11th of May. He was born and raised by his parents in Lugano, the Italian-speaking city of Switzerland.
There is not much to talk about his personal life because he successfully keeps everything away under the radar, never wanting a public or media opinions on what he does when it comes to his married life and family. He is done experiencing the same in his professional decisions.
Despite his demanding job and uptight schedules, he makes sure to prioritize his wife and children over anything.
For instance, he is taking off on weekends, to be with his wife, Tina Ermotti, now in her mid-fifties and his children all grown-ups.
His two sons, both in their twenties by an age gap of two years, might have followed on their father's footprints like Sergio did with his own.