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  1. Panel Discussion: "Building the Future: The Role of Architecture in China's Great Transformation"

    During the Credit Suisse-sponsored exhibition "Chinese Whispers. Recent Art from the Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections," a panel discussion was held on April 27, 2016, at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern as part of the series of talks entitled "Chinese Challenges." The panel included artist Ai Weiwei, architect Jacques Herzog, collector Uli Sigg, and was moderated by Martin Meyer (Neue Zürcher Zeitung).

  2. "Chinese Challenges" Press Conference

    On April 27, 2016, a press conference was held with Chinese artist Ai Weiwei as part of the "Chinese Challenges" series of talks. Find out more about his career and his latest projects here.

  3. Marathon Penalty Thriller Breaks New Ground

    Marathon Penalty Thriller Breaks New Ground

    This had never happened before in the long history of the Credit Suisse Cup: All the matches were decided by a penalty shootout. But there was no shortage of emotion, excitement, and discussion – far from it.

  4. "We recommend small steps."

    There are many with talent but only a few make it right to the top. Heinz Moser, trainer of the Swiss U-21 national team and in charge of the selections for the Swiss Football Association, about the dream job of a professional footballer and the importance of serious career planning.

  5. Rahel Tschopp: The Next General

    The Credit Suisse Football Academy has contributed significantly to the rise of Swiss women's football. Its next star, Rahel Tschopp, is being trained there as we speak. A visit to the talent factory in Biel.

  6. Nishan Burkart: "I'm Taking a Relaxed Approach."

    He plays on Switzerland's national U16 team and is a virtuoso at scoring goals. Now Nishan Burkart, the super-fast, talented striker, is moving into the big leagues with a transfer to Manchester United.

  7. It Takes a Village to Raise a Child

    Growing Up in Malawi – Episode 11: In this episode we catch up with children, parents and teachers participating in the early childhood education initiative run by the Roger Federer Foundation (RFF) and ActionAid Malawi with the support of Credit Suisse.

  8. Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst Awarded for the Fifth Time to a Young Talent

    On February 25, 2016, the Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst was awarded to a young talent for the 5th time. Stine Eriksen won over the jury with her video work "Choreography #2," which distinguishes itself through the harmonious interaction of virtuoso camera work and precisely set image and language levels. With the prize money, increased from CHF 8,000 to CHF 10,000 on the occasion of the anniversary, the artist plans to create the 3rd part of her work, designed as a trilogy. Kathleen Bühler, Jury President and Head of Contemporary Art at the Kunstmuseum Bern, and Hans Baumgartner, Head of Region Mittelland at Credit Suisse, tell us about the event jointly sponsored by both institutions.

  9. The Real Skinny on Fat

    Eating fat can make you fat, right?

  10. Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2015

    Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2015

    The Credit Suisse Sports Awards held at the Zurich television studio were full of fast-paced excitement and emotion – with new faces among the main winners: Daniela Ryf and Stan Wawrinka are the 2015 Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year.