US structurer of the year

Credit Suisse


As the US market continued on the road to recovery last year, Credit Suisse sought solutions for yield hungry clients who were still sitting on cash. It found the answer in driving forward its callable yield notes business and using algorithms as the basis of exchange-traded notes (ETNs).

To help it do this, the bank boosted its structuring operations by assembling a structuring team that is one of the biggest in New York. "We knew that the game was going to get more complicated - in 2008 and

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