They’re feeling very SPACial.
Thomas Gottstein has an extra $80 million to spend on, uh, other settlements, probably.
You don’t become the bank of choice for Eastern European gangsters by posing too many.
Which is too bad for an astonished Credit Suisse.
The Swiss have, as is their wont, precisely quantified the investment bank’s status.
The financial crisis is still very much ongoing in Zürich.
Not in your toolbox, eh, Urs?
York Capital is going private equity because the hedge fund thing is not working out.
Not a fan of Beijing’s heavy hand? No wealth management services for you!
Alas, the former hedge fund’s not going to like this one as much as the others.
The Kafkaesque conclusions to the Tidjane Thiam and Birgitte Bonnesen sagas.
Nothing else is solid or steadfast in Switzerland but an in-house hedge fund.
There’s something about him that just makes Swiss people uncomfortable, not that we have any idea what….
Credit Suisse’s institutional shareholders have their CEO’s back like Republican senators have the president’s.
The bank misspoke when it said the surveillance was isolated, but on that point only.
A bit of extra vigilance might be in order, and will probably be enough to catch the hapless rent-a-cops in Tidjane Thiam’s employ.
Thanks for nothing, Wall Street.
The investment bank isn’t the only thing that needs work.
Jim Amine knows what we’re talking about.
We're in a "semi-recession," says Zurich's messy drama queens.
I mean, if you really think about it.
Surprise! Tidjane Thiam’s been cleared by his bank’s probe into some Big Lebowski-esque private investigating.