C Suisse CEO not planning more trading jobs in Global Markets

Tidjane Thiam

Credit Suisse's CEO Tidjane Thiam said that the bank won’t further cut back its Global Markets business after the trading unit posted a surprise loss in the third quarter.

Bloomberg News: There’s a critical mass to the size of investment banking below which “you are not credible, good people will simply not come to work for you," Thiam said in response to questions at a conference in Zurich.

“We made 1.5 billion of profits in Swiss francs in wealth management and global markets has a 22 million loss,” Thiam said. “We spent the whole call discussing the global markets loss," he said.

Scaling down trading in New York and London has been a key concern during Thiam’s first three years at Credit Suisse. He wants to focus on wealth management and emerging markets while using the investment bank to serve the ultra rich.

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