When UBS Group Chief Executive Oswald Gruebel resigned this weekend, it left the Swiss bank with two dilemmas to cope with: properly handling its recent rogue trading scandal and finding a new permanent leader.

The news of Gruebel’s resignation came as a surprise to some even as the bank copes with an unprecedented $2.3 billion rogue trading loss.

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