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  1. Infrastructure – Closing the Gap: Transport, Energy and Water

    Infrastructure – Closing the Gap: Transport, Energy and Water

    Infrastructure generates interesting investment opportunities. There are many ways to gain exposure to infrastructure investments.

  2. Credit Suisse meeting with Standing Rock Sioux delegation

    Credit Suisse meeting with Standing Rock Sioux delegation

    On April 4, 2017, Credit Suisse international decision-makers from different functions met with a Standing Rock Sioux delegation in Zurich to discuss concerns about the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and the role of Credit Suisse.

  3. Investment Outlook 2017: Harnessing Market Drivers

    Investment Outlook 2017: Harnessing Market Drivers

    Top themes promising growth and yield in the new year.

  4. Tokyo 2020 and Beyond

    Tokyo 2020 and Beyond

    Credit Suisse expects the construction boom in Japan to continue beyond the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. However, just like in the Olympics, there will be winners and losers among the companies hoping to win big.

  5. Rebuilding Nepal – One Year On

    Rebuilding Nepal – One Year On

    Following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015 and the subsequent 7.4 quake that hit near Mount Everest some 17 days later, the country of Nepal faced its worst disaster in decades. In April 2016 Credit Suisse employees from across the Asia-Pacific region travelled to Nepal to take part in a two day build with Habitat for Humanity. 

  6. Sustainable Investing: Trend or Necessity?

    Sustainable Investing: Trend or Necessity?

    Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, Head of Investment Strategy at Credit Suisse, speaks about sustainability in the financial industry and the emergence of new markets.

  7. Swiss Precision for Chinese High-Speed Trains

    For its notable successes in the expanding high-speed rail network in China, the Regensdorf company Amberg Technologies received the 2015 Export Award in the "Success" category at the Forum for Swiss Foreign Trade and Investment organized by Switzerland Global Enterprise.

  8. Infrastructure on the Rise 

    Largely due to the current low interest rate environment, institutional investors such as insurers and pension funds are increasingly moving toward allocation into longer-term illiquid assets, in particular into infrastructure as an asset class. Global infrastructure assets under management have seen a 300 percent increase over the past seven years. 

  9. Can the World Kick its Car Addiction?

    Unless we want to drown in congestion and pollution, there is no other choice. This will require enormous amounts of investment.

  10. High-Speed Train

    The Market for High-Speed Trains Stays the Course

    China is racing against the rest of the world with high-speed trains. An annual market volume of more than EUR 12 billion is on the line.