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  1. Conservation Finance – Where Wall Street Meets Nature

    Conservation Finance – Where Wall Street Meets Nature

    The more boring sustainable investment products in nature are, the better. That is one of the findings of the 4th Annual Conservation Finance Conference that was recently held at Credit Suisse in New York. Investing in such products can provide a good, stable, current yield.

  2. "Most of the financial institutions left the region. We stayed."

    "Most of the financial institutions left the region. We stayed."

    As a child, he left communist-era Prague for capitalist Jakarta and lived through the massive effects of the Asian crisis. Helman Sitohang has worked for Credit Suisse for nearly 20 years. As CEO for the Asia Pacific region, he knows that his customers attach great importance to loyalty. 

  3. Does the Fintech Revolution Leave Women Behind?

    Does the Fintech Revolution Leave Women Behind?

    Credit Suisse is supporting Women's World Banking in their quest to address gender balance in finance.

  4. Millennials Drive Sustainability

    Millennials Drive Sustainability 

    Sustainability is a key concern for the millennials generation. Companies have to adapt processes and production practices to make their products sustainable and seize the opportunities this rapidly growing generation of consumers creates. 

  5. Valentine Michaud: "I couldn't resist playing a golden instrument"

    Valentine Michaud: "I couldn't resist playing a golden instrument"

    The Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes 2017 has been awarded to Valentine Michaud. The likeable saxophonist plans not only to complete her studies at the Zurich University of the Arts this year, but also hopes to launch her career as a professional musician by performing at the Lucerne Festival and the Swiss Chamber Music Festival in Adelboden. Michaud, who is French by birth but now lives in Lausanne, will not let this opportunity pass her by, thanks as much to her charm and winning personality as her undoubted technical abilities.

  6. Investing in Financial Inclusion Through Start-Ups

    Investing in Financial Inclusion Through Start-Ups 

    Start-ups often drive innovation but can lack access to capital and strategic support. Particularly in emerging or developing countries. As a result, many promising ideas are never given the opportunity to enter the market. 

  7. Lifefair: What is Sustainable Food?

    Lifefair: What is Sustainable Food?

    Food is not only vital for our bodies but also for the economy and our cultural habits. In light of global developments such as climate change, increasing economic competition and a decrease in water and land resources, the issue of sustainable food becomes even more important. But what is sustainable food? The 25th Lifefair Forum is dedicated to this question and sheds light on the responsibilities of the society, the economy and politics.

  8. Get to Know Your Brain: EMPIRIS Award 2016 Goes to Neuroscientist Lisa Traunmüller

    Get to Know Your Brain: EMPIRIS Award 2016 Goes to Neuroscientist Lisa Traunmüller

    Researcher Lisa Traunmüller examines processes in the brain that influence the neuronal flow of information. In a conversation with Credit Suisse, the young academic describes her work and its importance.

  9. "Solidarity doesn't depend on prosperity"

    "Solidarity doesn't depend on prosperity"

    Annemarie Huber-Hotz, president of the Swiss Red Cross (SRK), talks about the 150-year history of this humanitarian organization, refugees and the importance of humanity in an unstable world.

  10. Educational Philanthropy – a Rising Investment Trend

    Educational Philanthropy – a Rising Investment Trend

    A growing number of philanthropists recognize the tremendous importance of education, not only for their own success, but also for future generations. Education is thus a primary target among their philanthropic efforts.