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  1. The longevity of health and wellbeing investments

    The longevity of health and wellbeing investments

    The pandemic has accelerated many of society's health and wellbeing issues and structural trends that were already in existence pre-COVID. Private capital can play a role in helping grow the companies that are working to solve these global problems.

  2. Sustainability leadership – women lead the way

    Sustainability leadership – women lead the way

    The global pandemic has led to a greater focus on sustainability and in turn a greater focus towards how companies address the challenges posed by various environmental, social, and governance factors (ESG). This is not least because of increased shareholder pressure. It seems women can play a big role in driving the change.

  3. Smart farming: New face of agriculture

    Smart farming: New face of agriculture

    A growing demand for food is bringing about changes in agriculture, which will mainly be evidenced in precision farming.

  4. Sustainable investing for women

    Sustainable investing for women


    Women are becoming much more active and confident when it comes to trading and investing. In fact, according to June Felix, Chief Executive Officer of IGY Group (one of the FTSE 250 global online trading businesses), they are generally doing better than men in terms of their investment choices. 

  5. Sustainable food supply chain

    Sustainable food supply chain

    Savings along the food supply chain translate to both environmental and economic benefits. Upcycling food, reducing food miles (i.e. the distance food travels before it reaches the customer), or cutting down on food waste can greatly benefit the food companies and the planet.

  6. The ROE of a tree

    The ROE of a tree

    Planting trees could be a profitable activity, not least for farmers.

  7. Sustainable food: the investment case

    Sustainable food: the investment case

    For businesses and investors, sustainable food will give rise to both opportunities and disruption.

  8. Credit Suisse Americas Foundation Makes a Commitment to Wake Tech

    Raleigh, NC, May 26, 2021 – Credit Suisse, one of the world's leading financial services providers, has announced a $250,000 commitment through its Credit Suisse Americas Foundation (CSAF) to support Wake Technical Community College (Wake Tech).

  9. 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.

  10. 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.