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  1. Not Just a Renowned Golf Professional, but Also Socially Committed

    In this third installment of our mini-series, Sergio García, Credit Suisse's golf partner, talks to us about his foundation and how it gives back to society, even in Switzerland.

  2. The Credit Suisse Sports Awards Best Newcomer Vote Is Now Open

    The Credit Suisse Sports Awards Best Newcomer Vote Is Now Open

    Shooter Nina Christen, tennis player Viktorija Golubic, and Swiss wrestler Armon Orlik have been nominated for the Newcomer of the Year 2016 award. Join in and vote for your favorite.

  3. Sergio García: Swiss National Football Team Can Be Proud of Its Players

    In this second part of our mini-series, Sergio García, Credit Suisse's golf partner, gives us his thoughts about the Swiss national football team's start to World Cup qualification.

  4. Getting to Know Sergio García

    Credit Suisse's golf partner Sergio García is an international golf star who plays an average of 30 tournaments per year on both the European and US PGA Tours. He recently made a record 8th appearance at the end of September as part of TEAM EUROPE at the world's most important intercontinental golf event – the Ryder Cup. While spending some downtime at his home in Switzerland, Sergio spoke with us and shared his thoughts on various topics that are dear to him.

  5. Roger's Way: Prepping for a Big Day

    Roger's Way: Prepping for a Big Day

    Major meeting, prime presentation, decisive deal: How do you get set for an 'all-in' performance? Tennis ace Roger Federer has honed his approach over the past two decades, leading to 17 Grand Slams, two Olympic medals, and nearly 100 million dollars in prize earnings – so far. Speaking to Credit Suisse's editorial team, he breaks his preparations into three areas.

  6. Sergio García and the Greatest Match Ever?

    From the rolling hills of Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota, to the beautiful lake scenery of the Domaine Impérial Golf Club in Gland, Switzerland. Credit Suisse's golf partner Sergio García returns to Europe just days after making a record eighth appearance in one of golf's most prestigious tournaments. At an exclusive guest event for Credit Suisse, Sergio shared some exclusive stories about what goes on behind the scenes at the Ryder Cup.

  7. "The Figurative Pollock" – Credit Suisse Is Giving Away 1,000 Tickets to the Exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Basel

    "The Figurative Pollock" – Credit Suisse Is Giving Away 1,000 Tickets to the Exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Basel

    From October 2, 2016 through January 22, 2017, great works of art in all formats will be on display at the Kunstmuseum Basel. The special exhibition "The Figurative Pollock" curated by Nina Zimmer shows a previously little-known aspect of the famous American artist, who came to international prominence mainly thanks to his large-scale drip paintings.

  8. Thomas Gottstein, Credit Suisse, CEO Swiss Universal Bank

    Omega European Masters - Credit Suisse Gold Pro-Am 2016

    Since 1984, Credit Suisse has been a major partner of the Omega European Masters. Thomas Gottstein, CEO of the Swiss Universal Bank of Credit Suisse talks about his personal anniversary, his role as host, and his favorites.

  9. Omega European Masters – Credit Suisse Silver Pro-Am 2016

    Omega European Masters – Credit Suisse Silver Pro-Am 2016 

    The Credit Suisse Silver Pro-Am traditionally launches the week of golf in Crans-Montana. Five questions for the host Jean-Luc Rochat, Head of Region Suisse Romande. 

  10. Panel Discussion: "Building the Future: The Role of Architecture in China's Great Transformation"

    During the Credit Suisse-sponsored exhibition "Chinese Whispers. Recent Art from the Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections," a panel discussion was held on April 27, 2016, at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern as part of the series of talks entitled "Chinese Challenges." The panel included artist Ai Weiwei, architect Jacques Herzog, collector Uli Sigg, and was moderated by Martin Meyer (Neue Zürcher Zeitung).