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  1. Successful open day at the Kunstmuseum Basel and the MASI Lugano

    Successful open day at the Kunstmuseum Basel and the MASI Lugano

    Last Sunday, Credit Suisse invited visitors to an open day at the Kunstmuseum Basel and the MASI Lugano. As well as the two unique exhibitions – "The Cubist Cosmos" in Basel and "Hodler – Segantini – Giacometti" in Lugano – various attractions lay in store for younger and older art lovers alike, which made this day into a one-of-a-kind experience. 

  2. "British painting" at the Fondation de l'Hermitage

    "British painting" at the Fondation de l'Hermitage

    The current exhibition at the Fondation de l'Hermitage is devoted entirely to British painting from the Victorian era. Under the title "British painting: From Turner to Whistler," the gallery is shining a light on art produced during the golden age of the British Empire.

  3. "Nobody has a monopoly on the truth"

    "Nobody has a monopoly on the truth"

    The state of the world Geostrategist Fareed Zakaria analyzes the rise of Asia and the post-American world order. He cautions against what he calls illiberal democracy and the erosion of constitutional rights. And he answers the question of how Western countries can better interact with those nations that are on the losing end of globalization.

  4. The Campaign for Female Education: How an innovative approach to aid scales up the impact

    The Campaign for Female Education: How an innovative approach to aid scales up the impact

    UNESCO reports that 52.2 million girls of primary to upper secondary school age in sub-Saharan Africa don't go to school. This has devastating consequences for themselves, their families, and society. 

  5. Roger Federer. The first 100 titles in the bag.

    Roger Federer. The first 100 titles in the bag.

    Roger Federer wins the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships securing the 100th singles title of his career.

  6. Museumsnacht Bern 2019

    Museumsnacht Bern 2019: Sign up now for your chance to win tickets!

    As a long-standing partner of the Museumnacht in Bern, Credit Suisse is giving away 100 tickets for this year's event being held on Friday, March 22, 2019. Get your two tickets and visit us from 6:00 p.m. at our branch at Bundesplatz, in Bern. We'll be waiting for you there with our exciting 360° virtual reality Patrouille Suisse flight experience!

  7. White Turf 2019 – in the books!

    White Turf 2019 – in the books!

    White Turf in St. Moritz once again attracted thousands of equestrian sports enthusiasts from around the world this year. The highlight of the three racing Sundays was the spectacular skikjöring races, where intrepid skiers are pulled across the frozen Lake St. Moritz by thoroughbred horses. The Credit Suisse virtual reality booth also impressed visitors. We take a look back at this unique event.

  8. Achieving meaningful change in children's lives through music education

    Achieving meaningful change in children's lives through music education

    Credit Suisse and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) embarked on a unique philanthropic program last year to bring music education to Primary School children in Australia, and in the process – just maybe, play a small part in helping to transform their academic careers.

  9. Roger Federer: "Tennis is a school of life that will also help me in the future"

    Roger Federer feels ready for life after tennis. Which is not to say that he is thinking of retiring yet. 

  10. "The goal of humanitarian work is to eliminate the need for humanitarian work"

    "The goal of humanitarian work is to eliminate the need for humanitarian work"

    The Red Cross has had an enormous impact on the world. ICRC President Peter Maurer discusses new ways of financing humanitarian projects, modern conflicts and whether the world is doing better or worse today than in the past.