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
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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.
Hong will provide client coverage and facilitate cross-divisional collaboration within the bank as the most senior representative in Hong Kong for Credit Suisse’s private banking business
The latest US issuance sees a battle between JP Morgan and Barclays for domination, though issuance levels remain low. Both banks are both large players in the market, with Barclays seen more frequently...
The latest US issuance contains more variety, though the benchmark S&P 500 index is still the most common underlying. Credit Suisse is providing access to it via a reverse convertible linked to an exchange-traded...
Charles Achoa joins Royal Bank of Scotland after 13 years at Credit Suisse.
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Chris Lee has taken over global market investment products and the db-x division in Asia for Deutsche Bank. Formerly head of the structured products group at UBS, Lee started at Deutsche in the last...
The introduction in Hong Kong of the new laws for structured products took one step closer with the announcement of a first reading for the bill on July 14. A lengthy consultation period that follow...
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