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Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN.S)

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Thu, Feb 15 2018

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Breakingviews - Asia spotlight gives Credit Suisse gleam, not glow

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - Credit Suisse’s openness about Asia is yet to pay off. Since taking over in 2015, Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam has been keen to ensure the $47 billion group is seen as the “entrepreneurs’ bank” in a region where managing private fortunes goes hand in hand with cutting corporate deals. 

BRIEF-Credit Suisse AG Announces That The Nasdaq Stock Market Intends To Suspend Trading Of The XIV ETNs

* CREDIT SUISSE AG ANNOUNCES THAT THE NASDAQ STOCK MARKET INTENDS TO SUSPEND TRADING OF THE XIV ETNS FOLLOWING THE MARKET CLOSE ON FEBRUARY 15, 2018 AND INSTITUTE DELISTING PROCEEDINGS

Credit Suisse has strong start to 2018 after third straight loss

ZURICH Credit Suisse on Wednesday was upbeat on prospects for the year ahead, as it enters the last leg of Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam's three-year overhaul, hoping to put its third straight annual loss behind it. | Video

U.S. hiring probe casts shadow on Credit Suisse

FRANKFURT/HONG KONG A U.S. investigation into whether Credit Suisse hired referrals from government agencies in Asia in exchange for business poses another reputational hurdle for CEO Tidjane Thiam as the Swiss bank enters the final stretch of a three-year turnaround plan.

U.S. hiring probe casts shadow on Credit Suisse

FRANKFURT/HONG KONG A U.S. investigation into whether Credit Suisse hired referrals from government agencies in Asia in exchange for business poses another reputational hurdle for CEO Tidjane Thiam as the Swiss bank enters the final stretch of a three-year turnaround plan.

UPDATE 1-U.S. hiring probe casts shadow on Credit Suisse

FRANKFURT/HONG KONG, Feb 14 A U.S. investigation into whether Credit Suisse hired referrals from government agencies in Asia in exchange for business poses another reputational hurdle for CEO Tidjane Thiam as the Swiss bank enters the final stretch of a three-year turnaround plan.

U.S. hiring probe casts shadow on Credit Suisse

FRANKFURT/HONG KONG, Feb 14 A U.S. investigation into whether Credit Suisse hired referrals from government agencies in Asia in exchange for business poses another reputational hurdle for CEO Tidjane Thiam as the Swiss bank enters the final stretch of a three-year turnaround plan.

UPDATE 1-MOVES-Deal guru Klein to join Credit Suisse board

LONDON, Feb 14 (IFR) - Michael Klein has been nominated to be a non-executive director of Credit Suisse. Klein was previously chairman and co-chief executive of markets and banking at Citigroup until he stepped down in July 2008, weeks ahead of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, sparking the financial crisis.

Credit Suisse has strong start to 2018 after third straight loss

ZURICH Credit Suisse on Wednesday was upbeat on prospects for the year ahead, as it enters the last leg of Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam's three-year overhaul, hoping to put its third straight annual loss behind it. | Video

UPDATE 2-Credit Suisse has strong start to 2018 after third straight loss

* Shares rise more than 3 pct on back of positive outlook (Recasts, adds CEO comment and market reaction)

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