Documentos y Referencias Legales SFDR – Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

SFDR – Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

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Following completion of the merger of UBS AG and Credit Suisse AG, Credit Suisse AG’s business was transferred to UBS AG, and Credit Suisse AG ceased to exist. At this time however, the two entities did not operationally merge and, as a result, we continue to have two sets of operational infrastructure and processes during this transitionary period.
Consequently UBS AG is now the sole parent entity and all direct subsidiaries of Credit Suisse AG have become direct subsidiaries of UBS AG, and all branches of Credit Suisse AG have been absorbed into existing or established as new branches of UBS AG (as the case may be). As such, Credit Suisse AG’s branches have been renamed as UBS Branches, with the exceptions of Credit Suisse AG, Taipei Securities Branch and Credit Suisse AG Shanghai Branch.

For the Credit Suisse EU Legal Entities, the approach to principal adverse sustainability impacts at Legal Entity level are provided via the website links below:

Credit Suisse (Italy) S.p.A.

Credit Suisse (Luxembourg) S.A. 

UBS AG (LEI BFM8T61CT2L1QCEMIK50), Sucursal de España

Credit Suisse Gestión

Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. 

MultiConcept Fund Management S.AInformation valid from March 10, 2021. Updated on June 1, 2024.