Credit Suisse in the United Kingdom
A leading wealth manager with strong investment banking capabilities. Committed to serving you.
Committed to serving your financial needs
We have been at the forefront of global finance for more than a century. Founded in Zurich in 1856, our team has been built up over the years, and today we are proud to be a leading private bank and wealth manager. Our experience, coupled with our extensive investment and corporate banking capabilities support our commitment to protecting and growing the wealth of our clients.
A broad range of private banking solutions and customized financial strategies for private clients.
Comprehensive advice for UHNWI and family offices to cater for complex needs.
Lending and financing solutions for entrepreneurs coupled with the expertise of our leading Investment Bank.
Over 160 years of financial expertise
Holistic wealth management and investment banking solutions
Industry-leading professionals around the world
An exclusive network of experts and business contacts
Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2022
Despite the uncertain times, aggregate global wealth grew by 12.7% in 2021, which is the fastest annual rate ever recorded. On the other hand, inflation has influenced wealth levels this century and will continue to do so in the upcoming years.
Global CIO House View September 2022
Summer has been waning and so has the July and August rally in equity markets. The recent Jackson Hole summit of central bankers dashed market hopes that current rate hikes to combat inflation might be reversed sooner than expected.
Data-driven insights into cancer treatment and care
The Credit Suisse Healthcare Database offers unique insights into the treatment of various diseases. It shows that immuno-oncology as a treatment for cancer has rapidly emerged as a $30 billion+ global market, with the potential for significant growth.
Global CIO video: "Opportunities even as growth slows"
From an investor point of view, the first six months of this year turned out to be a perfect storm: Global equities, as measured by the MSCI AC World, lost 21%, while the S&P 500 recorded its worst total return in 60 years. At the same time, yield moves far exceeded anything observed in any tightening cycle over the last 30 years.
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