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Credit Suisse at a Glance

As one of the world’s leading banks, we are committed to delivering our financial experience and expertise to corporate, institutional and government clients and to ultrahigh-net-worth and high-net-worth individuals worldwide, in addition to affluent and retail clients in Switzerland. Our integrated business
model combines the resources of our two divisions, allowing us to provide comprehensive solutions to our clients. Founded in 1856, we have operations in over 50 countries and employ 45,100 individuals from approximately 150 different nations.

Credit Suisse at a Glance

Headquarter

Zurich, Switzerland

Year of Foundation

1856

Business Areas

Private Banking & Wealth Management and Investment Banking

Employees

45'800

Global Reach

Over 530 offices and 22 booking centers located in over 50 countries

Listings

Registered shares of Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN) are listed in Switzerland (SIX) and as American Depositary Shares (CS) in New York (NYSE).

Ratings

Credit Suisse AG's long term ratings are: Moody’s A1, Standard & Poor’s A, Fitch Ratings A

Sustainability

Credit Suisse has been greenhouse gas neutral in Switzerland since 2006. Since June 2010 it has also been greenhouse gas neutral on a worldwide basis.

Furthermore Credit Suisse is included in the following sustainability indices: Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index, Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and FTSE4Good Indexes.

Sponsorship

International commitments: classical music, art, Roger Federer (ambassador), classic cars

Commitments in Switzerland: football, golf, equestrian sport, film

Awards (selection for 2012)

Best private bank globally; Best private bank in Western Europe, in Central and Eastern Europe; Best private bank in Australia, the Bahamas, Guernsey, Italy, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, the United Kingdom & the United Arab Emirates; Best Investment Bank in Switzerland, Italy & Vietnam; Best Global Emerging Market M&A House; Best M&A House in Western Europe, Latin America & Argentina (Euromoney) Outstanding Global Private Bank (Private Banker International) Best Private Bank in Australia and Best Private Bank in Indonesia (The Asset) Best Private Bank in the Middle East (emeafinance) Bonds: SSA Deal of the Year, Equities Deal of the Year, M&A Deal of the Year, FIG Capital Markets Deal of the Year (The Banker)

Key Figures for the Group

Financial Highlights

2013

2012

Net income/(loss) attributable to shareholders (CHF million)

2,326

1,349

Basic earnings/(loss) per share (CHF)1

1.14

0.82

Return on equity attributable to shareholders

5.7%

3.9%

Net new assets (CHF billion)1

36.1

11.4

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Market capitalization (CHF million)

43,526

29,402

Total assets (CHF million)

872,806

924,280

Total shareholders' equity (CHF million)

42,164

35,498

Assets under management (CHF billion)1

1,282.4

1,250.8

Core Results by Division1

Income/(loss) before taxes (CHF million)

2013

2012

Private Banking & Wealth Management

3,240

3,775

Investment Banking

1,719

2,002

Corporate Center

(1,455)

(3,889)

Total

3,504

1,888

1) From continuing operations 

Employees in the Regions

As of December 31, 2013

Region

Employees

Switzerland

17,900

Europe, Middle East and Africa

9,600

Americas

11,100

Asia Pacific

7,400

Total

46,000

Core Results Reporting by Region

Income/(loss) from continuing operations before taxes (CHF million)

Region

2013

2012

2011

Switzerland

2,463

2,544

2,407

Europe, Middle East and Africa

641

872

44

Americas

1,085

2,512

6

Asia Pacific

770

(151)

(89)

Corporate Center

(1,455)

(3,889)

391

Total

3,504

1,888

2,759

Total Assets by Geographic Location

In CHF million

Region

2013

2012

2011

Switzerland

200,044

199,595

214,552

Europe, Middle East and Africa

194,675

222,483

277,783

Americas

398,198

421,418

469,294

Asia Pacific

79,889

80,784

87,536

Total

872,806

924,280

1,049,165

Secondary Content

Brochure

Brochure: Credit Suisse in Switzerland (PDF)

Credit Suisse in Switzerland (PDF)