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Corporate responsibility. Articles and stories.

Read the latest news and stories on topics related to our corporate responsibility.

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14.10.2019

The role banks can play in advancing gender equality

What happens when a bank makes a move towards achieving greater gender parity internally, combined with a sharp focus on the ambitions set out in SDG 5? Learn more in a conversation with Laura Hemrika, Global Head Corporate Citizenship & Foundations and Patsy Doerr, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Credit Suisse.
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11.10.2019

Europe Barometer: Majority favors further developing bilateral relations

A narrow majority of Swiss citizens support the continued development of relations between Switzerland and the EU – including signing the institutional framework agreement – but do not want Switzerland to make greater concessions. These are among the findings of the third Credit Suisse Europe Barometer in collaboration with the Europa Forum Lucerne.
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07.10.2019

The rise of the responsible consumer

Concerns about climate change raise serious questions about how sustainable our lifestyles are. Consumers can support sustainable companies through everyday purchases. In turn, responsible companies will be more attractive to investors in the long term. Our new report looks at why responsible consumerism is on the rise and which sectors it will disrupt.
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06.10.2019

A new generation. A new approach to wealth.

Millennials have soundly made their mark in the world through their interests, innovations, and entrepreneurial power. Their large population, with change makers native to new influencing channels and disruption, has already shown that being entrepreneurial is more than a business term: it's a mindset to take opportunities and risks and set progress in motion.
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23.09.2019

The only option is to step up the fight

After a successful career in banking, Peter Sands, former CEO of Standard Chartered, took over the helm of the Global Fund. Combatting HIV, malaria and tuberculosis is a role that he "could not refuse."

Interview Marisa Drew, CEO Impact Advisory and Finance, Credit Suisse

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17.09.2019

Measure what matters. Impact investing and social change.

Jasjit Singh, Academic Director at INSEAD Social Impact Initiative argues that, as well as meeting academic goals, impact must be measured by its effect on society. 
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30.08.2019

New impact investing business models are changing education

Industry expert Julia Balandina Jaquier explains how impact investing can introduce a new way of doing business and provide scalable and sustainable investment in education.
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24.07.2019

Loans with the help of satellite images. A start-up solution.

How does a corn farmer in East Africa prove his creditworthiness? A start-up has come up with a solution for connecting remote regions to the rest of the world. The only requirement? A mobile phone.
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05.07.2019

Philanthropy's ability to heal

Solving the largest threats to global health cannot be achieved in isolation. A myriad of approaches will be needed to make progress in making the world a healthier place. Find out how the interplay of philanthropy, public capital and private investment is making all the difference.
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04.07.2019

Future Skills: A new Credit Suisse Corporate Citizenship Initiative

Almost 200 million people are looking for work worldwide, while automation sows fear of stagnating wages and disappearing jobs. Manuel Rybach, Global Head of Corporate Citizenship & Foundations, Credit Suisse, in a conversation with Guy Ryder, Director General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), about work, the gap between skills needed and skills offered, and the digital industrial revolution. 
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