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Company: Credit Suisse
This week's market reaction to Deutsche Bank and other European bank stocks could herald a nasty year, suggest analysts at Bernstein and Goldman Sachs.
Morning Coffee: Deutsche and Credit Suisse need to hire exactly the same people, urgently. J.P.M. paid 51 year-old trader $9m
The shares of both Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank have gone back to levels last seen in the '90s this week. Both banks need to hire the same sorts of people to sort them out, say investors.
Morning Coffee: Credit Suisse bonus pain horribly compounded. Senior bankers’ strange alternative careers
The bonuses of Credit Suisse's markets professionals have been doubly hit this year. - That 36% reduction is just the start.
Peter Zeitsch spent 13 years working on the trading floors some of the biggest investment banks in the world before joining Calypso Technology in 2013.
Credit Suisse’s ambitious hiring spree in Asian private banking – announced only last October – has already began in earnest.
Morning Coffee: The upside to Credit Suisse’s harsh pre-bonus redundancies. Equities men take charge at Morgan Stanley
Credit Suisse is unexpectedly said to be making most of its London layoffs before bonuses are paid. There is one advantage to this situation.
Which banks will pay you the most in London? You'll be surprised.
Just because you've kept your job so far, that doesn't mean you'll still have it when bonuses are paid.
Surprise! Credit Suisse was among the banks to add the most people in the UK last year. Less surprisingly, RBS made the deepest cuts.
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