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Company Overview of Credit Suisse International

Company Overview

Credit Suisse International provides a range of interest rate, currency, equity, and credit-related over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives; and certain securitized products worldwide. The company operates through Global Markets, Investment Banking & Capital Markets, APAC, and Strategic Resolution Unit segments. It offers a suite of equity and fixed income products and services, including securities sales, trading and execution, and investment research to financial institutions, corporations, governments, and institutional investors, such as pension funds and hedge funds. It also provides advisory services related to M&A, corporate sales and restructurings, divestitures, and takeover defense stra...

One Cabot Square

London,  E14 4QJ

United Kingdom

Founded in 1990

1,201 Employees


44 20 7888 8888


44 20 7888 1600

Key Executives for Credit Suisse International

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Age: 51
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Age: 48
Executive Director
Age: 49
Executive Director
Age: 50
Executive Director
Age: 52
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Credit Suisse International Key Developments

Credit Suisse International Wins Multiple Awardees Contract Award from the Minister for the Cabinet Office Acting Through Crown Commercial Service

Credit Suisse International won a multiple awardees contract award from The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Crown Commercial Service, part of the Crown to provide corporate finance services. No contract amount was specified (Contract Award Notice No.: 2016/S 124-222579).

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Orders Payment of Penalties Totaling $665,000 by Credit Suisse International for Violating the Speculative Position Limit for Wheat Futures and by Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC for Submitting False or Misleading Information

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued an Order filing and settling charges that Credit Suisse International (CSI) of London, U.K., exceeded the CFTC all-months speculative position limit for the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) wheat futures contracts on several days in April and June 2009, despite having been granted an increased hedge exemption by the CFTC. The CFTC Order also finds that Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC (CSS-USA), based in New York, N.Y., submitted to the CFTC's Division of Enforcement (Enforcement) in its investigation of this matter materially false or misleading information reflecting certain inflated swap positions and thus inflated hedge exemptions for CBOT wheat futures contracts for CSS-USA, CSI, and other affiliates for several days in April and June 2009. The Order finds that despite having received an increased hedge exemption that increased its all-months position limit in CBOT wheat futures contracts, CSI nevertheless exceeded its increased all-months position limit on several days in April and June 2009. For example, on April 1, 2009, CSI had an all-months CBOT wheat future net long position of 9,831 contracts, which exceeded its increased position limit by 2,023 contracts. The Order further finds that in March 2013, CSS-USA submitted to Enforcement, through counsel, documents purporting to reflect, among other information, Credit Suisse's futures position related to its credit migratory exemption for the relevant days in April and June 2009. While the March 2013 submission purportedly reflected that Credit Suisse had larger credit migratory swap positions and thus larger hedge exemptions in April and June 2009 than had been previously reported to the CFTC, the submission in fact reflected inflated credit migratory swap positions and thus inflated hedge exemptions, making them materially false or misleading. The CFTC Order requires CSI to pay a $525,000 civil monetary penalty and to cease and desist from further violations of section 4a(b)(2) of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) and CFTC Regulation 150.2, as charged. For the false statements charge, CSS-USA is required to pay a $140,000 civil monetary penalty and to cease and desist from further violations of section 6(c)(2) of the CEA, as charged.

Hastings Group Holdings plc Appoints Barclays Bank plc and Credit Suisse International as Joint Corporate Brokers

Hastings Group Holdings plc announced, with immediate effect, the appointment of Barclays Bank plc and Credit Suisse International as joint corporate brokers to the Company.

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