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  1. Why conditions are ripe for elevated M&A activity

    Why conditions are ripe for elevated M&A activity

    Strong M&A activity among asset and wealth managers around the world looks set to continue into 2022. This is thanks to conditions that range from investment capabilities to shareholder activism.

  2. Effects of COVID on household wealth

    Effects of COVID on household wealth

    Our Global Wealth Report 2021 looks into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the response of policymakers on global wealth and its distribution. The analysis shows continued wealth growth; nevertheless, bearing in mind the widespread economic disruption, household wealth and macroeconomic indicators seem to be on different trajectories.

  3. Global Wealth Report 2021

    Credit Suisse Research Institute published its twelfth Global Wealth Report showing continued wealth growth

  4. Where do young people live?

    Credit Suisse publishes Real Estate Monitor Switzerland Q2 2021

  5. Childcare generally cheapest in Geneva and Neuchâtel

    This Press Release is only available in German, French and Italian.

  6. Food security and climate change: Getting to the meat of the matter

    Food security and climate change: Getting to the meat of the matter

    With the global population forecast to top 9.6 billion by 2050, the biggest long-term challenge facing the world today is how to sustainably feed the planet's dramatically increasing population, especially for the poorest, and at a time when climate change is challenging established agricultural methods. How can sustainable technologies meet this challenge head on?

  7. COVID-19 shakes up the emerging consumer landscape while the vaccine news boosts optimism

    COVID-19 shakes up the emerging consumer landscape while the vaccine news boosts optimism

    The pandemic triggered and accelerated a number of changes in consumer behavior. With many activities on hold due to restrictions and safety measures, consumers recreated their life online. What is more, the extraordinary circumstances made people spend less and differently. Will the COVID-19 vaccine reverse these trends?

  8. Credit Suisse and University of St.Gallen strengthen research and teaching

    Credit Suisse is entering into a new partnership with the University of St.Gallen (HSG) with the aim of strengthening research and teaching through the development of expertise at the interfaces between finance, management, and law. As part of this partnership, Credit Suisse is contributing CHF 20 million over the next 10 years to the promotion of education and research, while at the same time – in its capacity as founding and strategic partner – facilitating the establishment of the HSG Center for Financial Services Innovation, which will include the creation of several professorships.