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Ex-C Suisse banker goes to trial

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If it wasn’t for a bad bet on a small Californian company, the former Credit Suisse banker identified only as Mr. L until now might never have ended up in a jail cell just across Lake Geneva from his $2.4 million home.

C Suisse expects $2.3bn writedown

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Credit Suisse expects to take a write-down of $2.3bn during its 2017 fourth quarter following changes to the U.S. tax system, the Swiss bank said on Friday. RBS to pay £94 million to settle California mortgage bond claims

C Suisse CEO wants one more year

Tidjane Thiam

Six months ago, Tidjane Thiam was still asking Credit Suisse shareholders to pitch in billions of francs to strengthen the bank’s capital buffers. Now he’s talking about returning cash.

People News - C Suisse, JPMorgan

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A group of former Credit Suisse staff, led by Australian investment banker John Wylie, has started an Asia-Pacific credit investment fund to take advantage of banks reining in lending.

C Suisse boss - All options on the table

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Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam said he’s “painfully aware” that shareholders have gone through tough times and that all options are on the table to return cash to investors as profitability improves.

C Suisse loses lawsuit

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A wealthy Kuwaiti family won a London lawsuit against Credit Suisse after losing $29 million investing with the bank during the 2008 financial crisis.

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Ex-C Suisse banker goes to trial

If it wasn’t for a bad bet on a small Californian company, the former Credit Suisse banker identified only as Mr. L until now might never have ended up in a jail cell just across Lake Geneva from his $2.4 million home.

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C Suisse fined $135m FX trading business conduct

Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo has announced that Credit Suisse agreed to pay a $135 million fine as part of a consent order with the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) for violations of New York banking law, including improper efforts with other global banks, front-running client orders, and additional unlawful conduct that disadvantaged customers.

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Ex-C Suisse banker goes to trial

If it wasn’t for a bad bet on a small Californian company, the former Credit Suisse banker identified only as Mr. L until now might never have ended up in a jail cell just across Lake Geneva from his $2.4 million home.