When UBS Group CFO Tom Naratil takes the helm of Wealth Management Americas next year, he'll inherit an organization in much better shape than the one President Bob McCann found in 2009, industry insiders say.

McCann, 57, who will step down as president to become chairman on Jan. 1, joined UBS during a period of turmoil, after serving as vice chairman and president of Merrill Lynch's Global Wealth Management Group for six years, according to the firm's website.

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