By simply surviving as chief of Credit Suisse Group AG, the Ivory Coast-born engineer has done what most bankers couldn’t.
Moneyball in Switzerland: A Bidding War for Private Bankers
Julius Baer Entering Cost-Cutting Mode After Decline in Assets
GAM Offering Star Fund Managers Special Retention Bonuses
The bank’s International Wealth Management business and Swiss Universal Bank may be among the businesses affected by the cuts.
Credit Suisse, UBS, Others Probed on Alleged Payments Collusion
Thiam Says Credit Suisse Isn't Planning Further Trading Cuts
Zurich Premiums Stay Flat as Insurer Expects Hurricane Losses
GAM Parts With CEO Friedman in Bid to Stem Downward Spiral
Credit Suisse Turnaround Runs Out of Steam With Loss in Markets
Senior executives at the Zurich-based bank think the $800-billion asset manager needs more scale to compete internationally.
UBS Rejigs Targets for Second Time as Ermotti Seeks Share Boost
Deutsche Bank Cuts Revenue Outlook as Vicious Circle Persists
Julius Baer Is Shutting Down Its Panama and Peru Operations
Euro-Area Banks Facing Funding Cliff Consider Reliance on ECB
ABB Working With Credit Suisse, Dyal on Power Grid Options
HSBC, Credit Suisse CEOs Follow Dimon and Ditch Saudi Conference
Credit Suisse CEO Pulls Out of Saudi Conference
GAM Is in Early Stage Talks With Potential Buyers
Credit Suisse Gives Loan to $209 Million London Apartment Buyer
Switzerland Embraces Crypto With Fund License for Startup Firm