Company Overview of Credit Suisse AG
Credit Suisse AG provides banking, finance, consultancy, and trading services in Switzerland and internationally. Its Private Banking & Wealth Management segment offers advice and various financial solutions to private, corporate, and institutional clients. This segment provides solutions for private and corporate wealth management needs, including succession planning, tax advisory, financial planning, and investment banking services for entrepreneurs; investment advice covering various services from portfolio consulting to advising on individual investments; and portfolio and risk management solutions. It also offers banking products, such as traditional and structured lending, payment serv...
Founded in 1856
Key Executives for Credit Suisse AG
Chief Executive Officer and Member of Executive Board
Chief Financial Officer, Head of IT & Operations and Member of the Executive Board
Joint Head of Private Banking & Wealth Management, Member of The Executive Board and Regional Chief Executive Officer of The Americas
Joint Head of Investment Banking, Member of Executive Board and Regional Chief Executive Officer of The Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)
Joint Head of Private Banking & Wealth Management Division, Member of The Executive Board and Regional Chief Executive Officer of Switzerland
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Credit Suisse AG Key Developments
NuGenhas Appoints Credit Suisse to Support the Delivery of the Moorsideproject to Builda New Nuclear Power Station in West Cumbria
Dec 21 15
NuGenhas appointed Credit Suisse to support the delivery of the MoorsideProject to build a new nuclear power station in West Cumbria. Moorside's three AP1000® reactors will generate up to 3.6GW of electricity, providing around 7% of the UK's projected electricity requirements. A financial investment decision is expected towards the end of 2018. Placing this contract early in the development process is another big stride towards goal of providing clean, affordable new nuclear power for the UK. Construction of the new reactors will create thousands of skilled jobs over the next decade, and the project is expected to significantly boost the local, regional and national economies, with a large portion of the development and construction programmes accessible to the UK supply chain.
Aberdeen Denies In Search For Buyer
Oct 25 15
Aberdeen Asset Management PLC (LSE:ADN) denied looking out for potential buyers. An Aberdeen spokesperson said: “In his 32 years running Aberdeen Asset Management, Martin Gilbert has never made a formal or informal approach to anyone to buy the business.” Aberdeen Asset Management had begun to sound out potential buyers for the group. People familiar with the process said Martin Gilbert, Aberdeen’s Founder and Chief Executive, had made informal approaches to a number of rivals in recent months. Martin Gilbert declined to comment, but one person familiar with his thinking said he was very happy being independent, without denying that approaches had been made. “It’s blindingly obvious that Credit Suisse AG should buy Aberdeen,” said one person close to the situation. Credit Suisse declined to comment. A senior Aberdeen employee said: “I have no knowledge of a potential sale. We’ve been independent forever.” But he added: “I did hear a rumour that we could be a target for acquisition as we have a big cash holding, and I heard a rumour about Credit Suisse.”
Credit Suisse AG Reports Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2015
Oct 21 15
Credit Suisse AG reported unaudited consolidated earnings results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2015. For the quarter, the company reported net interest income of CHF 1,950 million against CHF 2,048 million a year ago. Net revenues were CHF 5,753 million against CHF 6,369 million a year ago. Income from continuing operations before taxes was CHF 604 million against CHF 1,107 million a year ago. Income from continuing operations was CHF 558 million against CHF 773 million a year ago. Net income was CHF 558 million against CHF 879 million a year ago. Net income attributable to shareholders was CHF 575 million against CHF 820 million a year ago. Net income attributable to shareholders of which from continuing operations was CHF 575 million against CHF 714 million a year ago. Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations were CHF 0.45 against CHF 0.55 per share a year ago. Return on equity attributable to shareholders was 7.1% against 9.7% a year ago. Book value per share was CHF 27.40 against CHF 27.40 per share a year ago. Tangible book value per share was CHF 22.05 against CHF 21.98 per share a year ago.
For the nine months, the company reported net interest income of CHF 6,769 million against CHF 6,618 million a year ago. Net revenues were CHF 10,098 million against CHF 19,386 million a year ago. Income from continuing operations before taxes was CHF 3,533 million against CHF 2,201 million a year ago. Income from continuing operations was CHF 2,475 million against CHF 1,072 million a year ago. Net income was CHF 2,475 million against CHF 1,184 million a year ago. Net income attributable to shareholders of which from continuing operations was CHF 2,493 million against CHF 620 million a year ago. Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations were CHF 1.69 against CHF 0.61 per share a year ago. Return on equity attributable to shareholders was 9.0% against 3.7% a year ago. Book value per share was CHF 27.40 against CHF 27.40 per share a year ago. Tangible book value per share was CHF 22.05 against CHF 21.98 per share a year ago.
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