2020 Global Women's Financial Forum: Supertrends

Date: August 5, 2020

The session of the 2020 Global Women’s Financial Forum: The Power of Transformation with Dr. Nannette Hechler-Fayd’herbe and Amy Hudson focuses on the discussion on Supertrends: Pushing for Change. For the complete Supertrends report, click here to access on CS Plus.

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Fireside Chat Speaker and Moderator

Dr. Nannette Hechler-Fayd’herbe

Chief Investment Officer of International Wealth Management (IWM) and Global Head of Economics & Research, Credit Suisse

Nannette Hechler-Fayd’herbe is Chief Investment Officer of International Wealth Management (IWM) and Global Head Economics & Research of Credit Suisse. 

She has been with Credit Suisse since 1999, originally joining the group as the Head of Swiss Fixed Income and Credit Research at CSFB. In 2006 she transferred to Credit Suisse’s Private Banking division, where she was put in charge of global fixed-income and credit strategy advice. In 2011, as Head Global Financial Markets Research, she extended her responsibility to the research coverage of all asset classes for the Private Banking division. In August 2013, she became Head Investment Strategy, directly driving the investment strategy of all discretionary and advisory investment solutions of Credit Suisse. 

She is a long-standing member of the Global Investment Committee and previously was a board member of the Credit Suisse Pension Fund Switzerland for several years and a board member of the International Capital Markets Association. 

Ms. Hechler-Fayd’herbe is married and the mother of two children. In her spare time she enjoys playing the piano and likes to go sailing around the Mediterranean with her family as often as possible.

Amy Hudson

Head of Client Coverage, Credit Suisse

Amy Hudson is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse and Global Chief Operating Officer of the Investment Banking division, based in New York. Prior to this role, she spent 10 years as the IBCM Chief Operating Officer and held other management roles in this business including Global Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer of the M&A Group. Recently, Amy served as co-chair of the Credit Suisse Americas Women’s Network from 2013 - 2018.

Amy joined Credit Suisse First Boston in October 1998 from UBS, where she was a part of the Investment Banking Information Technology team. Prior to that, Amy held writing and marketing positions for firms across several different industries including technology, performing arts, education, and environmental organizations.

Amy holds an MFA in Performing Arts Administration from New York University and a Bachelor's degree in English and Applied Music from the University of Delaware.