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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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. 

  5. Schurter finally decorated after long wait, Ryf spurred on by setback

    Schurter finally decorated after long wait, Ryf spurred on by setback

    The selection of Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year formed the highlight of the festive and exciting Credit Suisse Sports Awards. Triathlete Daniela Ryf and mountain biker Nino Schurter both beat off stiff competition. It was a first for the latter, whereas the former was repeating her triumph of 2015.

  6. Credit Suisse joins Laver Cup as global sponsor

    Credit Suisse joins Laver Cup as global sponsor

    Credit Suisse is proud to be a new partner of the Laver Cup, becoming global sponsor of the event for the next five years.

  7. Crowning the champions at the Credit Suisse Sports Awards

    Crowning the champions at the Credit Suisse Sports Awards

    Will Roger Federer win his eighth Sportsman of the Year? Will Wendy Holdener win a second Sportswoman of the Year? On December 9, the TV audience will decide who takes the crown at the 2018 Credit Suisse Sports Awards. The ceremony celebrates the nominees at the end of a fantastic year in sports.

  8. Donation agreement between Credit Suisse Asset Management and ETH Zurich – professorship in the field of robotics

    Credit Suisse Asset Management has made a donation to ETH Zurich in the field of robotics. The partnership will strengthen the mutual dialogue between academia and the financial industry.

  9. 100 year-anniversary of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

    100 year-anniversary of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

    As main sponsor since 1991, Credit Suisse is very proud to celebrate the OSR's 100th anniversary.

  10. Elite trio in the running to become Newcomer of the Year 2018

    Elite trio in the running to become Newcomer of the Year 2018

    One thing is certain: The Newcomer of the Year 2018 will represent a first for the Credit Suisse Sports Awards. Since the category was introduced in 2001, no swimmers, cyclists, or long-distance runners have ever won. The candidates are European swimming champion Jérémy Desplanches, U23 world and European cycling champion Marc Hirschi, and European 10k road running record holder Julien Wanders.