Credit Suisse: Thiam tied up in knots
Rumours that a listing for the Swiss universal bank might be shelved cast doubt on the CEO’s strategy for Credit Suisse.
Credit Suisse books Brazilian profits and switches to Malaysia; crowded trade hints at heated valuations.
Banking: Mixed signals from Asia bonuses
International banks are showing divergent patterns on remuneration. Credit Suisse was reported to have increased bonuses by 15% to some staff, UBS to be reducing them by the same amount and Deutsche to be preparing to resume paying them at all.
With growth hard to come by elsewhere in Credit Suisse’s global network, CEO Tidjane Thiam has turned to Asia. He has given Asia Pacific chief Helman Sitohang not only tough targets, but also a degree of autonomy. Can he deliver?
Macaskill on markets: Thiam loses credit as Credit Suisse stumbles
A botched move to take the distressed credit out of Credit Suisse and an ‘acceleration’ of the strategic plan give the impression the bank’s new leader is making it up as he goes along.
Credit Suisse: Whither global private banking?
Credit Suisse is ditching its global ambitions in wealth management, suggesting that worldwide private banks have had their day.
Credit Suisse CEO to split the bank
Credit Suisse to launch new digital wealth management offering
Next month Credit Suisse Private Bank will be rolling out new digital capabilities in Asia, and April will see the launch of a tablet banking offering in Switzerland.
Credit Suisse buoyed by Swiss and Asian clients
Hans-Ulrich Meister, chief executive of Credit Suisse Private Bank, talks about his firm’s geographical aims.
Private banking CIO outlook 2015: Credit Suisse Private Bank
US growth, dollar appreciation, China slowdown and potential geopolitical fallout from lower oil prices: Michael Strobaek, global CIO for Credit Suisse Private Bank, discusses his firm's outlook for the year ahead.
Leveraged finance: Between a rock star and a hard place
Regulators’ scrutiny of Credit Suisse’s leveraged finance business has the potential to hit one of its most successful divisions hard. Has the Swiss bank been unfairly singled out?
The sour taste of Credit Suisse’s plea
Credit Suisse’s $2.6 billion fine and criminal conviction in the US tax-evasion case raises many questions.
Investment bank: Crunch time for Credit Suisse
Does Swiss wealth management business really need an investment bank too?
Macaskill: Credit Suisse wobbles on its high-wire fixed-income act
Credit Suisse's Olympio fights usurpers to his kingdom
Can Credit Suisse’s newly promoted CEO of Brazil, José Olympio Pereira, maintain his own and his bank’s high standing in equity capital markets? Euromoney interviews Olympio to find out.