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  1. Active fixed-income management in a challenging environment

    Active fixed-income management in a challenging environment

    The current market environment presents several challenges for investors. How should they react to high inflation and rising interest rates? Credit Suisse assesses the situation and highlights new opportunities.

  2. Investment funds: Swing pricing for liquidity management

    Swing pricing in fund valuation. A modern shield from dilution.

    The question of how to protect investors from the dilution of their returns, which is caused by the transaction costs related to inbound and outbound capital, has always been a concern of the investment fund industry. How swing pricing can offer protection in volatile markets.

  3. Energy crisis creates new opportunities for institutional investors

    Clean electricity is the new oil. Investment opportunities amid the energy crisis.

    Europe is in the midst of its biggest energy crisis since the Second World War. Via long-term investment in energy infrastructure, institutional investors can nevertheless play their part in ensuring supply security.

  4. L-QIF (Limited Qualified Investor Fund) für die Schweiz

    Why Switzerland needs an L-QIF

    The introduction of the limited qualified investor fund (L-QIF) will strengthen Switzerland's position as a fund center as well as create new opportunities for fund sponsors and investment managers.

  5. Klimawandel-Indizes. In die Zukunft investieren.

    Der Klimawandel hat grossen Einfluss auf die Menschen. Institutionelle Investoren stellen sich deshalb vermehrt die Frage, wie sie helfen und gleichzeitig trotzdem Rendite erzielen können. Die Credit Suisse stellt eine neue Anlagelösung vor, welche Vorsorgeeinrichtungen dabei unterstützt, etwas Gutes zu tun.

  6. Asset Servicing: Digital banking is changing

    Digital banking is changing. An opportunity for institutional investors

    Innovative ideas relating to topics such as open banking and the platform economy are driving the advancement of digital banking. How institutional investors could benefit from this development in the future.

  7. Proxy Voting: mit Fondsanlagen von modernen Proxy-Voting-Leistungen profitieren

    Proxy voting – from posting votes to investment stewardship

    Proxy voting is becoming increasingly green. This opens up opportunities for asset managers, for example, to benefit from modern proxy voting services through fund investments and to engage beyond the actual investment. Asset Servicing's stewardship program provides support for this.

  8. Immobilienfonds: Auf eine internationale Diversifikation bei Immobilienanlagen setzen

    Applying international diversification to real estate investments

    Swiss investors still have a very strong tendency to favor their home market when it comes to their real estate portfolios. However, real estate funds and investment groups of investment foundations with an international focus can contribute significantly to real estate portfolio diversification, making them sensible investment alternatives.

  9. Risk management for alternative investments

    Better manage the risks associated with alternative assets

    Investors' increasing interest in alternative investments is leading to a need for advanced analyses in the risk and portfolio context. Appropriate risk management systems provide support for this.

  10. ESG ratings as a guide for pension funds

    With the new sustainability analysis in the Pension Fund Index, Credit Suisse Asset Servicing is meeting a current need.