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  1. Market risk: Financial markets withstanding coronavirus epidemic

    Market risk from coronavirus? Don't panic.

    The coronavirus is stirring up fear. Panic is the wrong response for investors, though, since the financial markets have a healthy immune system. This is also evident when we look back on market developments during past epidemics. The market risk can be minimized through smart portfolio diversification.

  2. Investment strategy and interesting investment opportunities: Expert tips

    Investment solutions: Investment opportunities for every type of investor 

    There are countless investment opportunities. But which ones are worth my while? The experts from Credit Suisse's Investment Solutions unit keep pace with the latest trends and can assist during personal consultations.

  3. Alternative investments: Achieve a more stable portfolio

    Achieve greater portfolio stability. With alternative investments. 

    Alternative investments are a good way to round off a portfolio and spread your risks. In Investment Outlook, Credit Suisse financial experts show how alternative investments are likely to perform in 2020 and why they represent an exciting investment opportunity.

  4. Investment Outlook: Equities – an attractive investment in 2020

    Investment Outlook: Will the stock market rally continue?

    Equity markets are likely to develop positively again in 2020. However, the Credit Suisse Investment Outlook shows why they are unlikely to perform as well as they did last year.

  5. Investment Outlook: How investors earn positive returns despite low interest rates

    Investment Outlook: How investors earn positive returns despite low interest rates

    Low interest rates could once more pose challenges for investors in 2020. Yet, by diversifying, positive returns can be generated even in this investment environment. In this year's Investment Outlook, Credit Suisse's investment experts share their recommendations for a successful investment strategy.

  6. Investment solutions: How we come up with investment recommendations

    "We offer our clients a wide range of investment themes and investment solutions."

    We don't leave anything to chance when it comes to investing. But how do we come up with investment recommendations? Our interview goes behind the scenes with Olivier Fräfel, Head of Investment Solutions.

  7. The climate change economy: profit from sustainable investments

    Use private equity to enhance your risk/return profile.

    Private equity has become an attractive asset class for private investors. Private equity funds allow you to invest with low capital in attractive companies without the stock market. Read how investments in private equity can boost your portfolio, and what investors should keep in mind.

  8. Philanthropy: advancing aid projects through social commitment

    From inclusion to protections of species. Philanthropy that works.

    People who are committed to philanthropy and want to provide financial assistance to non-profit aid projects can rely on the support of the charitable umbrella foundations of Credit Suisse. In this way, we can jointly realize successful cultural, ecological and social projects. Three examples. 

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    Invest in emerging markets. Benefit from the momentum.

    Many equity markets in emerging economies are subject to sharp fluctuations. There is a big gap between successes and reverses. Overall, the emerging markets are seeing an upward trend, which offers continuing upside potential. How investors can best position themselves.

  10.  foundations in switzerland credit suisse promotes charitable institutions

    Philanthropy in practice. Three examples.

    Anyone looking to invest in a good cause has many options to choose from. Credit Suisse's umbrella foundations offer an extensive network of charitable institutions. Three examples illustrate the impact donations can have.