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  1. Credit Suisse joins forces with YIO to launch Next Generation report

    Credit Suisse partners with the Young Investors Organization (YIO) to publish a report dedicated to a generation on the cusp of inheriting the family legacy and the responsibility associated with it.

  2. Commodities Declined on Crop Surpluses and Low Base Metals Demand

    Commodities declined as beneficial weather increased supply expectations for crops and as the trade conflict between the US and China continued to weigh on base metals demand expectations.

  3. Credit Suisse hosts the 6th China A-shares Conference in Shenzhen

    Credit Suisse hosts the 6th China A-shares Conference in Shenzhen. Commencing today, the two-day conference presents 50 leading A-share listed companies, with a total market capitalization of over RMB 2.7 trillion (USD 410 billion), to 200 top institutional investors from the region. This annual event is dedicated to exploring developments in the China A-share market. The participating corporates represent a broad spectrum of 8 sectors, ranging from industries and consumer discretionary, to technology and healthcare.

  4. Credit Suisse Announces Coupon Payments and Expected Coupon Payments on Credit Suisse X-Links® Exchange Traded Notes (the "ETNs")

    On May 2, 2019, Credit Suisse declared coupon payments for the following ETNs:

  5. Credit Suisse Releases 2019 Hedge Fund Investor Survey

    Credit Suisse today released its 2019 Hedge Fund Investor Survey, entitled "Trimming the Sails", which polled over 310 institutional investors globally representing $1.12 trillion in hedge fund investments. Participants were surveyed on a number of topics, including key industry trends and forecasts, as well as strategy preferences and allocation plans for 2019.

  6. Credit Suisse creates Charitable Foundations Competence Center

    Comprehensive offering for charitable foundations

  7. AGM of Credit Suisse Group AG: Shareholders approve all proposals put forward by Board of Directors

    The shareholders of Credit Suisse Group AG approved all of the proposals of the Board of Directors at today's Annual General Meeting in Zurich. Shareholders approved the distribution for the 2018 financial year of CHF 0.2625 per registered share in cash. In addition, the Annual General Meeting approved the compensation of the Board of Directors and the Executive Board and accepted the 2018 Compensation Report. The Chairman and the other members of the Board of Directors proposed for re-election were confirmed in office for a term until the end of the next Annual General Meeting. Christian Gellerstad and Shan Li were elected as new members of the Board of Directors for a term until the end of the next Annual General Meeting.

  8. Statement by Credit Suisse AG

    In response to the current advertising campaign in several media outlets about legal proceedings in Geneva, Credit Suisse AG issues the following statement:

  9. Credit Suisse Group announces 1Q19 results

    Driving net income higher despite challenging environment and strong first quarter 2018