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  1. Plan d'urgence helvétique du Credit Suisse approuvé par la FINMA

    L'autorité fédérale de surveillance des marchés financiers FINMA (FINMA), soit l'organe indépendant de régulation de la place financière suisse, a annoncé aujourd'hui les résultats de son évaluation des cinq banques d'importance systémique en Suisse dans le cadre du régime «too big to fail». L’examen concernant le Credit Suisse s’est achevé avec succès : le plan d'urgence helvétique de la banque a été déclaré crédible et a été approuvé sans aucune condition.

  2. Changements au sein du Directoire du Groupe

    Le Conseil d'administration du Credit Suisse Group a, à l'unanimité, accepté la démission de Tidjane Thiam et nommé Thomas Gottstein au poste de Chief Executive Officer (CEO) de Credit Suisse Group AG.

  3. Change to the Board of Directors

    The Board of Directors of Credit Suisse Group AG is proposing Richard Meddings for election as a new non-executive member of the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting on April 30, 2020.

  4. Investigations into new observation allegations

    Since media revealed the observation of Peter Goerke, the Board of Directors of Credit Suisse Group has carried out internal and, with the support of Homburger AG, external investigations into this matter.

  5. David Miller to succeed James L. Amine as CEO of Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Eric Varvel to become Chairman of Investment Banking and Capital Markets. Harold Bogle appointed Vice-Chairman, Group Executive Office.

    The Board of Directors has approved a change to the Executive Board of Credit Suisse. This change, along with a number of additional appointments, which we are announcing today, are effective immediately.

  6. Reporting Currency

    In February 2019, as part of the publication of our fourth quarter results for 2018, Credit Suisse Group AG (“Group”) announced that it was considering changing its reporting currency from Swiss Francs to US Dollars. Following the completion of the review of this potential change, the Board of Directors of Credit Suisse Group AG has now decided that the Group will continue to report its financial results in Swiss Francs.

  7. Credit Suisse Holdings (USA), Inc. announces 2019 CCAR results

    New York, June 27, 2019 – Credit Suisse Holdings (USA), Inc. (CSH USA), the US intermediate holding company of Credit Suisse AG, announced today that the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System provided a conditional non-objection to the 2019 Capital Plan of CSH USA submitted as part of the 2019 Comprehensive Capital Analysis Review (CCAR).