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  1. Credit Suisse announces Head of Philippines Coverage

    Credit Suisse today announces the appointment of Michael De Guzman as Head of Philippines Coverage in its Asia Pacific Investment Banking & Capital Markets (IBCM) department.

  2. Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of Credit Suisse Group AG Approves Implementation of Capital Increase

    At today’s Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of Credit Suisse Group AG in Zurich, the shareholders approved the proposed capital increase. The shareholders approved an ordinary capital increase by way of a rights offering of up to 404,526,794 newly issued registered shares to existing shareholders.

  3. Credit Suisse Marks First Year of Thailand Wealth Management, Launches Digital Platform for Clients

    Credit Suisse today marked the first anniversary of the launch of wealth management in Thailand with the roll out of its Digital wealth management platform for Thai clients.

  4. Credit Suisse AG Announces the Repurchase of its CSLS ETNs and the Acceleration of its CSCR and FIBG ETNs

    Credit Suisse AG ("Credit Suisse") announced today that it will repurchase at its option its Credit Suisse X-Links Long/Short Equity ETNs ("CSLS") and accelerate at its option its Credit Suisse X-Links Commodity Rotation ETNs ("CSCR") and Credit Suisse FI Enhanced Big Cap Growth ETNs ("FIBG"). With respect to CSLS, the principal amount outstanding as of May 15, 2017 is $10,000,000 or less. The repurchase date for CSLS is expected to be May 26, 2017 and the acceleration date for CSCR and FIBG is expected to be June 5, 2017.

  5. Credit Suisse announces appointment of senior advisor in Japan

    Credit Suisse today announces the appointment of Tsunehiro Watabe as Senior Advisor in Japan.

  6. Commodities Declined on Weakening Fundamentals

    Commodities declined in April on weakening industrial demand expectations out of China and increasing US crude inventories, according to Credit Suisse Asset Management.