Credit Suisse’s new markets strategy builds on the old one

GTS is scrapped, but blueprint of connecting wealth management to markets remains intact

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Reports of the death of Credit Suisse’s Global Trading Solutions (GTS) have been greatly exaggerated.

GTS, a five-year joint venture between the investment banking and wealth divisions, was abruptly dissolved as part of a major strategic overhaul announced last week. The investment bank is being split apart: capital markets and advisory activities are being spun off into a separate unit under the reincarnated CS First Boston (CSFB) brand, while sales and trading will remain within Credit Suisse

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