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  1. How Family-Owned Companies Can Remain Successful across Generations

    How Family-Owned Companies Can Remain Successful across Generations

    Family-owned companies are one of the most important pillars of every economy. The drawback, however, is that only very few manage to remain successful across several generations. But that need not be the case.

  2. Impact Investing: Building Bridges across Generations

    Impact Investing: Building Bridges across Generations

    Millennials, the next generation of investors, have a clear vision when it comes to investments. They want to make and see impact. Credit Suisse shares this vision of creating value for shareholders and wider society at the same time. True to the spirit of Davos, we hosted an event to connect today's and tomorrow's investors, to explore new impact investing concepts and to discuss how we can shape the future together.

  3. Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2015

    Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2015

    The Credit Suisse Sports Awards held at the Zurich television studio were full of fast-paced excitement and emotion – with new faces among the main winners: Daniela Ryf and Stan Wawrinka are the 2015 Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year.

  4. Your Vote Counts: Who will be Newcomer of the Year?

    Your Vote Counts: Who will be Newcomer of the Year?

    The Credit Suisse Sports Awards are the social highlight of the year for Swiss athletes. Pick the winner in the Newcomer of the Year category by voting online.

  5. Vojin Kocić: A Life for the Guitar

    In 2015, Serb Vojin Kocić became the first guitarist to win the Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes. He talks to us about his musical ambitions, and what the guitar means to him.

  6. Bank Apprenticeships 2.0: Online Classrooms and Language Stays

    On-the-job training (OJT) at a bank today is hardly comparable to how it was 20 years ago. In keeping with the times, Credit Suisse allows Young Talents coach Michael Seibold to develop fresh ideas.