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  1. Führungswechsel im Bereich Finance der Credit Suisse (Schweiz) AG

    Antoine Boublil, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) der Division Swiss Bank und Geschäftsleitungsmitglied der Credit Suisse (Schweiz) AG, hat sich entschieden, per Januar 2024 eine neue Herausforderung ausserhalb der Credit Suisse anzunehmen. Über die Nachfolge wird zu gegebener Zeit informiert.

  2. Burkhard Varnholt appointed Global Chief Investment Officer

    Burkhard Varnholt is to become Global Chief Investment Officer (CIO) and Chairman of the Investment Committee of Credit Suisse with effect from May 8, 2023. He has served as Deputy Global CIO and Vice-Chairman of the Investment Committee since 2016, and will assume the role from Michael Strobaek, who has decided to pursue a new opportunity outside the bank.

  3. Zusammenschluss der Credit Suisse und UBS

    Ad hoc-Mitteilung gemäss Art. 53 KR

  4. Credit Suisse announces technical delay of publication of 2022 Annual Report

    Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 LR

  5. Credit Suisse appoints Nita Patel as Chief Compliance Officer

    Credit Suisse Group today announced the appointment of Nita Patel as Chief Compliance Officer. She will join the Executive Board, effective November 1, 2022, reporting directly to Group Chief Executive Officer Ulrich Körner. Nita Patel succeeds Rafael Lopez Lorenzo, who has decided to step down for family reasons.

  6. Credit Suisse enters into a framework agreement to transfer a significant portion of its Securitized Products Group and other related financing businesses to Apollo and PIMCO

    Credit Suisse announced today that it has entered into a framework and exclusivity agreement to transfer a significant portion of its Securitized Products Group (SPG) and other related financing businesses to an investor group led by Apollo Global Management.

  7. Credit Suisse Group reaches settlement in French legacy case

    Credit Suisse announces today that it has reached a settlement with the Parquet National Financier (PNF) to resolve a legacy matter in relation to an investigation into historical cross-border private-banking services. The settlement provides for a public interest fine comprising a profit disgorgement of EUR 65.6 million and the payment of an additional amount of EUR 57.4 million. Further Credit Suisse will pay EUR 115 million to the French State as damages.

  8. Credit Suisse Group Reaches Settlement in RMBS Legacy Case

    Credit Suisse Group announces today that it has reached a final settlement with the New Jersey Attorney General (NJAG) related to its Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) business with transactions dating back to before 2008.