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  1. 60 Seconds With Sergio Garcia – Life after the Masters

    2017 has proven to be a life-changing year for Credit Suisse's golf partner Sergio Garcia - on and off the course. After announcing his engagement at the beginning of the year, he started out the season with a tournament win at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. But what began as another golf season quickly changed on an evening in April at the Augusta National Golf Club.

  2. Credit Suisse Sports Awards: Congratulations to the Winners!

    Credit Suisse Sports Awards: Congratulations to the Winners!

    At the Credit Suisse Sports Awards, which took place on December 10, 2017, Roger Federer won the vote for Sportsman of the Year. Among the women, Wendy Holdener was crowned Best Sportswoman.

  3. Roger Federer Takes On World and European Champions at the Credit Suisse Sports Awards

    Roger Federer Takes On World and European Champions at the Credit Suisse Sports Awards

    Sunday evening's Credit Suisse Sports Awards are sure to generate excitement and much suspense. The two-hour event will reflect on the 2017 year of sport – with awards for best sportswoman, sportsman, coach, disabled sportsperson, newcomer, and team of the year.

  4. Claude. Landscape with Hagar and the Angel, 1646. Presented by Beaumont, 1828. © The National Gallery, London.

    Art Philanthropy: A Beau Geste From Beaumont

    Giving back to society has always been a key focus for Credit Suisse. So it was for art patron and philanthropist Sir George Beaumont who was instrumental in the founding of the National Gallery. Find out more about Beaumont and the beginnings of the National Gallery in London, the bank's long-term partner.

  5. 60 Seconds With Sergio Garcia – Motivation and Dealing with Setbacks

    After a long wait, our golf partner, Sergio Garcia finally claimed his first major title in golf. Just on the brink of giving up hope of ever winning at the Augusta Masters, his ability to overcome and deal with setbacks in a positive way demonstrates what is possible when you put your mind to it.

  6. CHI Geneva 2017

    CHI Geneva 2017

    The 57th edition of CHI Geneva will take place at the Palexpo from December 7 to 10, 2017. Over four days, the world's best in show jumping, driving, dressage, and eventing will vie for the place of honor in their respective disciplines. It's sure to be a spectacular event!

  7. At the Frontier of Human Knowledge

    At the Frontier of Human Knowledge: The 2017 EMPIRIS Award Goes to the Young Researcher Tobias Wauer

    The young academic Tobias Wauer conducts research at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. He has received the 2017 Award for Research in Brain Diseases of the Credit Suisse umbrella foundation EMPIRIS for his work on the molecular causes of Parkinson's disease. In our interview he explains his fascination for research.

  8. Roger Federer: "Education breaks the cycle of poverty"

    Roger Federer: "Education breaks the cycle of poverty"

    In launching his foundation, Roger Federer decided to help children living in poverty by providing them with education opportunities. Fifteen years later, new initiatives are being developed to respond to early childhood learning needs.

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    Hello Zurich-West: The Tonhalle Maag is celebrating its opening!

    For the next three years, the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich will be performing at its temporary home at the Maag site in Zurich-West. In a major opening festival on September 30, the Tonhalle Maag showcased itself to its audience, provided a look behind the scenes, and attracted a lot of curious visitors.

  10. Taming the Queues at the Zurich Opera House

    Taming the Queues at the Zurich Opera House

    Credit Suisse provided client service of a very special kind at the Zurich Opera House's season opening party. CS volunteers stood in line for some of the visitors to the many events and brought some variety into this otherwise tedious chore.