Credit Suisse has expanded it AES Velocity ultra-low latency trading in Australia after launches in Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore this year
As pre-election battles focus on the Bush administration's tax cuts and other economic issues, uncertainty regarding future tax levels is persuading many investors to remain in cash.
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Bank of Montreal has made its first appearance in the FVC listings with a reverse convertible on a financial stock.
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The Swiss Structured Products Association has voted in Daniel Sandmeier as its new president. Sandmeier takes over from inaugural leader Roger Studer
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Credit Suisse has added to its Asia foreign exchange risk advisory in line with the bank's strategy to expand forex business in Asia
Latest deal signals continuted opening of Taiwan's retail market for structured products after regulatory clampdown
Credit Suisse has cross-listed its Ucits III ETFs in London as well as adding ETFs which are new to the European market
Hans-Ulrich Doerig, chairman of Credit Suisse, said the appointment will further strengthen the bank's management team in the Asia Pacific, a key growth region for the Swiss banking group.
Credit Suisse has launched an ultra-low latency direct market access speed that will give investors to trade Singapore-listed equities in under one millisecond.
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