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Credit Suisse Perspectives
Learn more about what it's like to work at Credit Suisse and read about how you can get the most out of your career, whether you're just starting out, changing jobs or looking to take your career to the next level.
Today, regular job changes are often a must to gain useful experience. There is, however, no need to jump ship. Four Credit Suisse employees explain how they made their career move within the bank.
In 2008, Adrianne D. left a career in investment banking to take a different path. An officer in the U.S. Army Reserve, she helped the U.S. State Department create an enterprise management platform, consulted with the U.S. Department of Defense, and worked as an advisor to technology startups.
In 2011, four Credit Suisse employees working in three different areas of the bank got chatting about what companies do to promote equality for the LGBT community. The conversation led them to an idea: Create an index comprising companies that are leaders in LGBT policies and practices.
At Credit Suisse being global refers to more than the geography of the company’s offices. It’s a distinct mindset that truly values the multicultural diversity of the company’s 41,000 employees and bevy of international clients.
Global Citizens Program: Credit Suisse Employees Share their Expertise to Strengthen NGOs Around the World
For Kelsey D., visiting the new home of a family of eight in rural Cambodia brought home the life-changing power of microfinance. Though the family had long had land, a much-needed loan allowed them to move out of a makeshift hut and finally build a house of their own.