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  1. Plastic pollution. Time to tackle the problem with new business ideas.

    Plastic pollution. Time to tackle the problem with new business ideas.

    Food, cosmetics, domestic products – most of these come in plastic containers. Designed for a single use, yet virtually indestructible. Can we find an environmentally friendly replacement?

  2. Two of the world's most powerful demographic drivers: China and India

    Two of the world's most powerful demographic drivers: China and India

    "While China's consumers should continue to enjoy superior spending power, a powerful dynamic in India will come from a more youthful consumer."1

  3. Credit Suisse successfully prices its inaugural SGD-denominated Additional Tier 1 Perpetual bond

    Credit Suisse Group AG ("CSG") successfully priced SGD750 million of Additional Tier 1 Perpetual non-call 5-year Contingent Write-Down Capital Notes ("the Notes"), marking its first ever issuance in the Singapore-dollar bond market. The transaction serves to diversify CSG's AT1 issuance currency and fixed income investor base.

  4. Alert on fraudulent website

    Credit Suisse would like to alert its clients and members of the public to a fraudulent website.

  5. 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.

  6. China upholds most favorable emerging market consumer environment

    China upholds most favorable emerging market consumer environment

    Spotlight on emerging markets macro indicators: Even with a drop across its measurements, China maintains first place in the 2019 momentum barometer whereas Mexico is fueled by winds of change.

  7. Credit Suisse appoints Yves-Alain Sommerhalder to lead the newly created Asia Pacific Trading Solutions business to drive further growth

    Credit Suisse announced today the creation of Asia Pacific Trading Solutions (ATS) to capitalize on the significant opportunity across the region and further build on the success of the International Trading Solutions (ITS) business. Yves-Alain Sommerhalder is appointed to lead the newly created ATS business, in addition to his existing role as the Co-Head of ITS.

  8. Greater job opportunities or social threat?

    The gig economy is revolutionizing employment, growing in participants as well as in skepticism. AI & The Future of Work: Assessing economic security in the gig economy.

  9. Emerging Consumer Survey 2019: India maintains lead in consumer optimism

    The Credit Suisse Research Institute spotted India once more with top consumption outlook, whereas Chinese consumers are dimmed by global political tensions.  

  10. Credit Suisse hosts the 22nd Asian Investment Conference to rethink Disruption as Usual

    The Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference (AIC) will take place in Hong Kong on March 25-28. This year's AIC brings together more than 3,000 attendees, including over 2,000 representatives from the global investment community to explore how investors can capture the opportunities from disruption. Over 300 companies with total market capitalization of over USD5.8 trillion will be presenting at the four-day conference. Among the private companies taking part are some of the largest unicorns and decacorns from across Asia. This year's AIC will showcase more than 150 world-leading experts from across business, finance, economics, politics, technology and the philanthropy and sustainability sectors, delivering insights in 90 sessions on the theme of 'Disruption as usual'.