March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Cristina von Bargen, head of communications for Credit Suisse’s investment bank and the Americas, will leave the company, the New York Times reported, citing an internal memo.
Von Bargen’s departure comes a year after the bank hired Pamela Thomas-Graham to manage communications, the newspaper said. Charles Naylor, a spokesman for Credit Suisse, said the bank was looking for a replacement for von Bargen.
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