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  1. 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.

  2. Credit Suisse Group announces 3Q19 results

    Continued year on year improvement in returns: Pre-tax income of CHF 1.1 billion, up 70%, and net income of CHF 881 million, up 108% year on year; Record Net New Assets of CHF 72 billion year to date; Group Return on Tangible Equity of 9%; Global Markets revenues up 34% year on year

  3. 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.

  4. Credit Suisse in Svizzera avvia la prossima fase di attuazione della strategia: focalizzazione delle unità operative e investimenti nella crescita.

    Le misure rispondono ai cambiamenti avvenuti sui mercati e consentono l’ulteriore robusta crescita

  5. Credit Suisse Group announces 2Q19 results

    Continued improvement in operating performance with net income of CHF 937 million, up 45% year on year, and increased RoTE at 10%

  6. AGM of Credit Suisse Group AG: Shareholders approve all proposals put forward by Board of Directors

    The shareholders of Credit Suisse Group AG approved all of the proposals of the Board of Directors at today's Annual General Meeting in Zurich. Shareholders approved the distribution for the 2018 financial year of CHF 0.2625 per registered share in cash. In addition, the Annual General Meeting approved the compensation of the Board of Directors and the Executive Board and accepted the 2018 Compensation Report. The Chairman and the other members of the Board of Directors proposed for re-election were confirmed in office for a term until the end of the next Annual General Meeting. Christian Gellerstad and Shan Li were elected as new members of the Board of Directors for a term until the end of the next Annual General Meeting.

  7. Credit Suisse Group announces 1Q19 results

    Driving net income higher despite challenging environment and strong first quarter 2018