Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse is a global financial services company providing Private Banking & Wealth Management services, and Investment Banking services and expertise, to companies, institutions and high-net-worth clients. We are active in more than 50 countries and employ over 46,000 people. It’s our aim to build the bank of the future at Credit Suisse—to work as one integrated bank, servicing our clients across regions and businesses. It also means fulfilling our responsibility to help shape the global economy, and to make a difference in people’s lives. We offer roles for experienced professionals and entry-level hiring programs in a variety of business areas. You will have the chance to make an impact from day one, and throughout your career with us, you will benefit from cross-business and international mobility opportunities. We look for people with a wide range of experiences, interests and degrees who will add fresh perspectives to our business. A career with us means that you can help shape our future.
Company Growth (employees)
Zurich, CH
Size (employees)
46,230 (est)+14%
Credit Suisse was founded in 1856 and is headquartered in Zurich, CH

Key People at Credit Suisse

Urs Rohner

Urs Rohner

Chairman of the Board of Directors Credit Suisse Group AG
James L. Amine

James L. Amine

Head Investment Banking - Investment Banking Department
Romeo Cerutti

Romeo Cerutti

General Counsel of Credit Suisse Group AG and Credit Suisse AG
Joachim Oechslin

Joachim Oechslin

Chief Risk Officer of Credit Suisse Group AG
Timothy P. O'Hara

Timothy P. O'Hara

Head Investment Banking - Equities

Credit Suisse Office Locations

Credit Suisse has offices in Zurich, London, New York, Tokyo and in 4 other locations
Zurich, CH (HQ)
Singapore, SG
One Raffles Link
Hong Kong, HK
One Austin Road West, Kowloon
São Paolo, BR
Rua Leopoldo Couto Magalhaes
Tokyo, JP
Izumi Garden Tower 24th Floor
New York, US
Eleven Madison Avenue
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Credit Suisse Data and Metrics

Credit Suisse Financial Metrics


Market capitalization (25-Jul-2017)

32 b

Closing share price (25-Jul-2017)

Credit Suisse's current market capitalization is $32 b.

Credit Suisse Market Value History

Credit Suisse Median Salaries

Source: 28 public H-1B filings from Credit Suisse

Traffic Overview of Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse Online and Social Media Presence

Credit Suisse News and Updates

Britain's unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest in 42 years — but wage growth is stuttering

LONDON — Unemployment in the UK fell once again in April, but wage growth is falling as Brexit squeezes consumers, according to the latest data released by the Office for National Statistics on Wednesday. Headline unemployment was 4.6% in the month, dropping from the 4.7% se…

Banks get a headache from bonus fatigue

Global hedge fund bosses are receiving their lowest pay in a over a decade, while bankers in London are increasingly unhappy about the size of their bonuses. I know, I know – cry me a river. But while pay levels in high finance may not trigger sympathy among the broader British public, it is impo…

CREDIT SUISSE: Huge demographic changes in the US could hit these 14 retail stocks

The demographic makeup of the US will change dramatically over the course of the next 10 years, and a new report from a group of  Credit Suisse analysts led by Seth Sigman shows that those changes could have a big impact on consumer spending and the well-being of certain ind…

How the financial industry can repair its tarnished image

The financial services industry is still having trouble shaking its tarnished reputation. Between some questionable banking practices, the 2008 financial crisis, and billion dollar bailouts,…

Aquantia’s chips will enable blazing-fast local area network games

Aquantia is introducing new network interface cards (NICs) that can transfer data on local networks and enterprise at multiple gigabits per second. In doing so, the company is speeding up the flow of data at the edge of the networks, such as PCs in enterprises or networks of gaming machines that are…

The retail apocalypse is coming — it just may take longer than people think

Make no mistake about it, the retail apocalypse is coming. But the path to the bottom for brick-and-mortar stores may end up wandering more than one might think. At least, that's the bet investors seem to be making. For evidence of this, look no further than an index that tr…
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