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  1. Credit Suisse Americas Foundation Commits USD 1 Million to HERE to HERE to Launch Youth Apprenticeships through CareerWise New York

    CareerWise New York pairs employers and high school students for paid three-year apprenticeships beginning in 2019 to better prepare young people, employers, and the economy for the 21st century workforce.

  2. Philanthropy's ability to heal

    Philanthropy's ability to heal

    Solving the largest threats to global health cannot be achieved in isolation. A myriad of approaches will be needed to make progress in making the world a healthier place. Find out how the interplay of philanthropy, public capital and private investment is making all the difference.

  3. Future Skills: A new Credit Suisse Corporate Citizenship Initiative

    Almost 200 million people are looking for work worldwide, while automation sows fear of stagnating wages and disappearing jobs. Manuel Rybach, Global Head of Corporate Citizenship & Foundations, Credit Suisse, in a conversation with Guy Ryder, Director General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), about work, the gap between skills needed and skills offered, and the digital industrial revolution. 

  4. Credit Suisse Arena

    Credit Suisse is pleased to partner the planned new football stadium in Zurich, the Credit Suisse Arena.

    Credit Suisse is proud to partner the planned new football stadium in Zurich, the Credit Suisse Arena.

  5. Birdies for Good – playing for a good cause

    Birdies for Good – playing for a good cause

    Every year, Credit Suisse supports a selected charity through the Birdies for Good program. In 2019, CHF 200 will go to the Foundation Swiss School for Guide Dogs for the Blind for every birdie shot at the third hole at the Swiss Seniors Open and at the eighth hole at the Omega European Masters.

  6. Social entrepreneurs: Innovative ideas benefit the ocean.

    Social entrepreneurs: Innovative ideas benefit the ocean.

    Marisa Drew, CEO of the Impact Advisory and Finance department, Credit Suisse, in a conversation with Javier Goyeneche, founder of Ecoalf, a sustainable fashion company.

  7. Roger Federer: "I have no problem starting again from scratch in a different area."

    Roger Federer: "I have no problem starting again from scratch in a different area."

    Lifelong education is important for Roger Federer. He is inspired by the idea of picking up new skills. That's called having an appetite for learning.

  8. 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?

  9. What a finale for the 20th Credit Suisse Cup!

    What a finale for the 20th Credit Suisse Cup!

    The finals of the Swiss schools' football championship took place at Basel's St. Jakob Stadium on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.

  10. Disruption in our wardrobes. Fashion and the circular economy.

    Disruption in our wardrobes. Fashion and the circular economy.

    The throwaway culture has penetrated many – if not all – industries. Fashion has been particularly prone to it, developing so-called "fast fashion" with a devastating environmental impact. Today, more and more people are trying to reverse this trend by applying a zero-waste philosophy and participating in a circular economy.