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  1. If the Future of Money is Digital, then FinTech is the Future

    If the Future of Money is Digital, then FinTech is the Future

    2021 saw continued COVID-19 forcing factors and the beginnings of a recovery from the pandemic, continued M&A, numerous IPOs & SPACs bringing more companies public, alongside continued scaling of FinTech platforms.

  2. Are the Electrical Equipment Business Greening Trends Heating Up or Cooling Off?

    Are the Electrical Equipment Business Greening Trends Heating Up or Cooling Off?

    The construction industry accounts for 40% of global energy-related carbon emissions, and three-quarters of those emissions are attributable to building operations. The global building stock is forecasted to double by 2050 – the equivalent of building one New York City a month for the next forty years.

  3. Is Profitable Climate Capture Practical?

    Is Profitable Climate Capture Practical?

    Action on the global climate is not a question of "if" but "how". Over 140 countries covering ~90% of global emissions have announced or are considering net-zero targets. CCS will be a crucial part of reduction efforts.

  4. Industrial Automation Readies for Software Decoupling

    Industrial Automation Readies for Software Decoupling

    The decoupling of control software from hardware is taking place.

  5. Credit Suisse holds Investor Deep Dive sessions on Risk Management, Compliance and Technology & Operations as well as on Wealth Management

    Credit Suisse Group AG (Credit Suisse) is today holding an Investor Deep Dive to inform investors about its key priorities and achievements across the Risk, Compliance and Technology & Operations functions as well as in the Wealth Management business.

  6. Decision by the Swiss Federal Criminal Court

    Credit Suisse Group has taken note of the Swiss Federal Criminal Court’s decision to impose a fine of CHF 2 million against Credit Suisse AG for certain historical organizational inadequacies (article 102 of the Swiss Criminal Code) for the period between July 2007 and December 2008. The investigation dates back more than 14 years. The bank will appeal the decision.