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  2. On the Trail of the Masters

    On the Trail of the Masters

    Nathalie Bäschlin, head restorer at the Kunstmuseum Bern (KMB), gives us an insight into her everyday professional life: documented in text, visual and audio form.

  3. Birdies for Good: A Fun Way to Do Good

    Birdies for Good: A Fun Way to Do Good

    The bank has sponsored golf for more than 30 years, supporting two top events in the Omega European Masters and Swiss Seniors Open. The Birdies for Good charity program marks a new direction for Credit Suisse.

  4. Roger Federer: Wimbledon Winner for the Eighth Time!

    Roger Federer: Wimbledon Winner for the Eighth Time!

    Roger Federer, brand ambassador of Credit Suisse, is the first male eight-time winner of Wimbledon, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world.

  5. Credit Suisse Launches "Art for Everyone"

    Credit Suisse Launches "Art for Everyone"

    On April 1, Kunsthaus Zürich held an open day for all art lovers. With this year's motto of "Art and Integration," Switzerland's oldest collection and exhibition institution aimed to address a wide range of people with different needs and backgrounds. As a long-standing partner, Credit Suisse hosted special tours.

  6. Roger's Way: The Swiss Frame of Mind

    Roger's Way: The Swiss Frame of Mind

    His Midas touch prevails off court as well as on. Not only has he won 100 million US dollars in tennis prizes over the past two decades, Roger Federer has also struck gold in sponsoring, management and more – not always in a conventional way.

  7. Award-Winning Video Art

    Award-Winning Video Art

    Samuel Lecocq won the 2017 Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst competition in February, allowing him to present his work "A FUTURISTIC (MOVIE) SET-UP" in a solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum@PROGR through March 23. Credit Suisse also presented the nine best works from the competition at Museumsnacht Bern.

  8. Federer vs Murray: Africa Wins!

    Federer vs Murray: Africa Wins!

    Late on April 10 at Zurich's Hallenstadion, after a much-awaited clash of world-class tennis professionals, Roger Federer triumphed over Andy Murray in a one-off tennis match worth about CHF 1.4 million. The real winners on the day, however, were not the players, but thousands of underprivileged African children. They will receive the entire net income of the event. Credit Suisse proudly supported the event as a sponsor and as a long-standing donor to the Roger Federer Foundation.

  9. The Legacy of Meret Oppenheim Lives On!

    The Legacy of Meret Oppenheim Lives On!

    MASI Lugano is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Meret Oppenheim. The art museum is not far from the village of Carona, where the artist used to spend her summers. Members of her family recently met with the museum's curator there to prepare for the exhibition. 

  10. "All people should have access to all forms of art"

    On April 1, Kunsthaus Zürich is having an open day based on the motto 'Art and integration.' Gallery educator Madeleine Witzig will be guiding visually-impaired people through the Kunsthaus. But even during her tours, touching is the exception. She wants to address all the senses, so that both sighted and visually impaired people are on equal footing.