Leonhard Fischer, Credit Suisse’s chief executive of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), has left the bank after formally joining it for one month.
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Brady Dougan, chief executive of Credit Suisse’s investment banking division, has been appointed successor to Oswald Grübel as the group’s chief executive. Grübel plans to retire at Credit Sui...
Credit Suisse will appoint Leonhard Fischer as chief executive of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Credit Suisse has received approval from the Vietnamese authorities to trade domestic equities and government and corporate bonds, the bank said in a statement released last week.
The passing by the US Congress of the Pension Protection Act earlier this month, which was signed into law by President George Bush yesterday, could result in some companies having to contribute 57%...
Credit Suisse and Glencore International have today announced the formation of a derivatives and structured products trading business in base and precious metals.
Credit Suisse has launched a new structured retail products (SRP) platform as part of a global retail initiative that aims to integrate equity and fixed-income retail products.
Credit Suisse has expanded Gael de Boissard's position to include management of its global foreign exchange sales and trading business, in addition to his current role as co-head of fixed income ...
Eight dealers have agreed upon standard documentation for preferred credit default swap (CDS) transactions. The new standards will likely enhance liquidity of the nascent market.
CDS IndexCo and Markit have launched CMBX, a range of synthetic credit default swap (CDS) indexes of US commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), which will trade from today.
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