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  1. Credit Suisse Opens New Advisory Office in Mexico 

    The general economic outlook for Mexico is promising, despite the headwind it faces. Credit Suisse's newly established advisory office in Mexico City will allow its private banking clients to receive advice on-site. It also underscores the bank's growth ambitions on the continent.

  2. Credit Suisse Economic Outlook: Fed Likely to Raise Rates in June

    Credit Suisse Economic Outlook: Fed Likely to Raise Rates in June

    The global economy remains robust. Nevertheless, the Fed is still the only major central bank that is tightening its monetary policy.

  3. Supertrends Shape the Future of Investing

    Supertrends Shape the Future of Investing

    Five long-term themes expected to provide attractive investment opportunities in the years ahead. 

  4. The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade

    The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade

    Chinese consumers are shifting their pattern of spending to discretionary items. They are spending less on housing and food, but more on travel and entertainment compared to other emerging markets.

  5. Accelerating Child Literacy with New Libraries

    Accelerating Child Literacy with New Libraries

    Helman Sitohang, CEO Asia Pacific, was presented with the Friends of Global Literacy Award by John Wood, founder of the non-profit organization Room to Read at its annual gala event in Singapore. 

  6. Switzerland and Credit Suisse: A Proven Partnership

    Switzerland and Credit Suisse: A Proven Partnership

    Our new brochure illustrates how Credit Suisse has been committed to Switzerland in a variety of ways for 161 years. 

  7. Election: Expect Positive Market Reaction

    Election: Expect Positive Market Reaction

    France chooses the centrist path forward. With Emmanuel Macron, the French have elected an outspoken defender of European integration. The result is positive for both Europe and markets.

  8. Pension Fund Study: Low Interest Rates and Redistribution Are Putting Pressure to Act

    Pension Fund Study: Low Interest Rates and Redistribution Are Putting Pressure to Act

    Credit Suisse has conducted a survey of nearly 200 Swiss pension funds. The greatest challenge named by participants continues to be the prevailing low interest rate environment. Demographic change and an excessive minimum conversion rate also rank among the main concerns of pension funds. 

  9. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A Disruptive Force with Investment Potential

    Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A Disruptive Force with Investment Potential

    The pace of technological development in areas like robotics, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) has been frenetic. The impact is already being felt in new investment opportunities but also in lost jobs. While it may be too early to pinpoint what the ultimate result of all this disruption to existing business models will be, what is for certain in our view is that there will be far-reaching impact and significant change.

  10. Where Europe Meets Asia

    Where Europe Meets Asia 

    For two decades now, the Asian Investment Conference (AIC), the region's largest and most exclusive investment conference, has delivered unrivalled access to expert speakers from around the world and provided thought-provoking insights. And this year was no different. Over 3,000 attendees joined an impressive line-up of political leaders, entrepreneurs, central bank officials and academics as Credit Suisse celebrated the AIC's 20th anniversary.