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What started as an embarrassing tabloid scandal at Credit Suisse Group AG has suddenly emerged as a very real threat to the bank’s top executives, including Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam.
Several non-governmental organisations in Mozambique have called on Credit Suisse to write off debt their government contracted with the Swiss bank as part of a massive "hidden debt" scandal.
The SA Reserve Bank is likely to keep the repo interest rate unchanged at its next meeting and adopt a hawkish stance, says Carlos Teixeira of Credit Suisse.
Greenpeace activists disrupted a Credit Suisse shareholder meeting to protest the bank's alleged financing of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline in the US.
Credit Suisse may need to find new ways to serve clients who generate as much as $750m of revenue after Britain leaves the European Union.
Credit Suisse chief executive officer says the bank is mulling further cost reductions at the global markets unit that blindsided him with losses earlier this year.
Credit Suisse Group AG has revisited five years of financial statements to provide a track record for its new divisions in time for next month’s earnings report.
Taking refuge in bank stocks is the way to go on the basis that the sector is cheap and may be able to pass on higher rate costs to clients, say investors.
The New York state financial regulator has subpoenaed three major European banks and a US peer in a probe of foreign-exchange rigging, sources say.
Credit Suisse can be prosecuted for its role in the US housing finance meltdown, according to a court decision, which dismissed the company's bid to halt a suit.
Citigroup and Credit Suisse Group AG are expecting more African deals as governments sell assets and Ethiopia opens up.
Mozambique shouldn’t repay any of the loans it got from Credit Suisse AG as part of a $2bn sovereign debt scandal, says a group letter signed by people including Graca Machel.
Credit Suisse has signalled the era of cost-cutting and job dismissals may be soon be over, telling employees the bank will emphasize businesses that generate higher returns.
Credit Suisse’s efforts to avoid a shareholder revolt over compensation for top executives and directors have failed to convince at least one main opponent.
Swiss lender Credit Suisse Group has cut jobs in South Africa, including researchers covering stocks, and two equity analyst positions in Dubai.
Credit Suisse and UBS, which have scaled back from the Gulf since the financial crisis, are advising on the potential merger of Abu Dhabi’s two largest banks.
Barclays has appointed JPMorgan as its corporate broker replacing Credit Suisse, making the change as new chairperson John McFarlane begins a revamp of the lender.
Credit Suisse has poached Prudential boss Tidjane Thiam to replace chief executive Brady Dougan so that it can push into wealth management of Asian multi-millionaires.
Credit Suisse says its offices in Milan have been searched by Italian tax police, following media reports of an investigation.
Credit Suisse has asked a US court to delay sentencing in its tax-evasion case as it seeks a way to continue managing pension funds worth billions of dollars.
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