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CREDIT SUISSE: JOACHIM OECHSLIN FOLGT AUF TOBIAS GULDIMANN


Medienmitteilung

Joachim Oechslin folgt auf Tobias Guldimann als Chief Risk Officer per 1. Januar 2014

Zürich, 1. Juli 2013 Die Credit Suisse hat heute bekannt gegeben, dass Joachim Oechslin per 1. Januar 2014 Tobias Guldimann als Chief Risk Officer der Credit Suisse Group ablösen wird. Oechslin, derzeit Chief Risk Officer der Munich Re, wird per 1. Januar 2014 Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung und Chief Risk Officer der Credit Suisse Group. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt wird Tobias Guldimann die Rolle des Head of Reputational Risk, Corporate Responsibility and Regulatory Policy übernehmen.

Urs Rohner, Präsident des Verwaltungsrats, sagte: „Risikomanagement ist für unsere Branche und für die Credit Suisse von höchster strategischer Bedeutung. Es freut uns, dass wir für die Leitung dieser Funktion frühzeitig eine ausgezeichnete Nachfolgeregelung gefunden haben.“

Brady Dougan, Chief Executive Officer, sagte: „Ich freue mich sehr, dass Joachim Oechslin zu uns stösst. Er ist eine ausgewiesene Führungspersönlichkeit und einer der erfahrensten Experten im Risikomanagement.“

Urs Rohner und Brady Dougan sagten: „Tobias Guldimann gebührt unser Dank für das, was er für die Credit Suisse geleistet hat. Er führte unser Risikomanagement in einer sowohl für die Credit Suisse als auch für die ganze Branche entscheidenden Phase. Über viele Jahre verzeichnete unsere Bank nur sehr geringe Kreditausfälle. Auch hat er in hohem Masse dazu beigetragen, die Credit Suisse durch schwierige Marktphasen zu steuern. Tobias Guldimann prägte die laufende Weiterentwicklung unserer Geschäftspolitik sowie die Umsetzung neuer regulatorischer Vorgaben. Wir freuen uns sehr, dass Tobias Guldimann in seiner künftigen Rolle als Head of Reputational Risk, Corporate Responsibility and Regulatory Policy der Bank und der Branche erhalten bleiben wird.“

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Credit Suisse AG Die Credit Suisse AG ist einer der weltweit führenden Finanzdienstleister und gehört zur Unternehmensgruppe der Credit Suisse (nachfolgend «die Credit Suisse»). Als integrierte Bank kann die Credit Suisse ihren Kunden ihre Expertise aus Private Banking, Investment Banking und Asset Management aus einer Hand anbieten. Die Credit Suisse bietet Unternehmen, institutionellen Kunden und vermögenden Privatkunden weltweit sowie Retailkunden in der Schweiz fachspezifische Beratung, umfassende Lösungen und innovative Produkte. Die Credit Suisse mit Hauptsitz in Zürich ist in über 50 Ländern tätig und beschäftigt etwa 46 900 Mitarbeitende. Die Namenaktien (CSGN) der Credit Suisse Group AG, der Muttergesellschaft der Credit Suisse, sind in der Schweiz sowie, in Form von American Depositary Shares (CS), in New York kotiert. Weitere Informationen über die Credit Suisse finden Sie unter www.credit-suisse.com https://www.credit-suisse.com.

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