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Company: Credit Suisse
Why has Credit Suisse curtailed its aspirations in Asia? One banking analyst says the reason is simple.
Yesterday, Credit Suisse said it had stopped restructuring its global markets business. Today, we hear it's made some big cuts.
APAC CEO Helman Sitohang says no firm is hiring as many private bankers in Asia than Credit Suisse.
Susquehanna is set to ramp up its technology headcount and wants to hear from candidates in London and other overseas markets
Credit Suisse has been harbouring a large systematic hedge fund. It's also been going against the grain of juniorization.
Credit Suisse's markets business is caught in a feedback loop: the faster it cuts costs, the faster revenues fall.
One of Credit Suisse's most senior "low touch" electronic traders has left the bank and is spending his time rowing.
Credit Suisse's investment bank has a few problems. But not here.
Credit Suisse isn’t just adding to its experienced ranks in Asia – it's turning to technology to step up its targeting of elite students in the region.
You're a fixed income trader? Get yourself to Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs or J.P. Morgan. Failing that, go to SocGen, or BNP Paribas.
Credit Suisse is wiping the floor with Goldman Sachs in Tidjane Thiam's area of special expertise. But it's having big problems elsewhere.