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  1. Credit Suisse making progress against our sustainability ambitions

    Credit Suisse making progress against our sustainability ambitions

    On April 21, 2021, Credit Suisse was announced, alongside other industry leaders, as a founding member of the United Nation's "Net Zero Banking Alliance" and the "Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero". These important initiatives, led by Mark Carney, UN Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance, support collaboration and highlight the critical role financial institutions and capital markets play in accelerating the transition of the global economy to net zero.

  2. Credit Suisse Americas Foundation Commits $600,000 to Braven

    Credit Suisse, one of the world's leading financial services providers, announced a $600,000, two-year commitment through its Credit Suisse Americas Foundation (CSAF) to support Braven, a nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the education-to-employment gap in higher education. The grant will support Braven's New York City operations, which launched last year.

  3. Supertrends: Investment themes to build back better

    Supertrends: Investment themes to build back better

    Credit Suisse has developed six long-term investment themes known as the Supertrends. These important multi-year trends help investors identify fast-growing business opportunities at an early stage and help them grow their capital over the long term.

  4. Sustainability: Consumers in emerging markets ready for change

    Sustainability: Consumers in emerging markets ready for change

    With sustainability and ESG issues coming to the fore, sustainable disruption is on the way in the emerging countries. The Emerging consumer survey 2021 indicates a shift toward a more sustainable, healthier, and environmentally friendly lifestyle.

  5. How low-carbon investing can help fight climate change

    How low-carbon investing can help fight climate change

    Low-carbon investing approaches are gaining interest as investors focus on sustainability. Investors of all types can make an impact by investing in climate solutions at an early stage and using their power as a shareholder to push for change.

  6. 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.

  7. Investing for a low-carbon economy

    Investing for a low-carbon economy

    What does investing for a low-carbon economy mean? In our latest podcast, Brian Blackstone discusses a new white paper, The decarbonizing portfolio, with Marisa Drew, Chief Sustainability Officer at Credit Suisse, and James Gifford, Head Impact Advisory, to find out more about low-carbon investing and how investors can use their capital to make an impact on climate change.

  8. Risks and opportunities of climate change investment

    Risks and opportunities of climate change investment

    Climate change investment has a growing profile. Investors face risks as the world transitions to a low-carbon future. But a greener economy will also bring opportunities. In response, investors need to think about how low-carbon investing can help them prepare their portfolios.

  9. Deforestation and climate change

    In our latest podcast, Claire Bradley talks to Tasso Azevedo, a consultant and social entrepreneur in the field of forests, sustainability and climate change about the importance of forests and in particular the role the Amazon rainforest plays in the regulation of our climate and our global economy.

  10. Why biodiversity finance grabs investor attention

    5 facts about biodiversity finance and investing

    Biodiversity provides and supports everything in the natural world we need to survive. It's time it gets high on investors' agendas, as biodiversity's impact on business and investing is greater than you'd think. Check out our latest report Unearthing investor action on biodiversity to explore biodiversity finance.