Credit Suisse CFO steps down ahead of crucial shareholder vote

David Mathers was also CEO of the swap dealer entities that housed the bank’s trades with Archegos

Credit Suisse offices

Credit Suisse today (April 27) announced the departure of chief financial officer (CFO) David Mathers as part of a management reshuffle ahead of its annual general meeting on Friday, when shareholders will be asked to discharge the board and top management of legal liability for a string of risk failures that have cost the bank almost $8 billion over the past two years.

Mathers is the latest in a series of senior executives to leave Credit Suisse since it was burned by the collapses of Archegos

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