UBS Took Over A Credit Suisse Strategy So It Gets To Pay The Fine For It
Some rare good news for Credit Suisse.
Credit Suisse To Pull BlackBerrys, Apple IIes Out Of Storage
There’s nowhere else to cut, so we hope the Swiss are good at long division.
Credit Suisse’s Relationship To Cocaine Goes Further Than Most Bankers’ Usually Familiarity With It
The bank helped the Bulgarian mob keep the yayo proceeds flowing cleanly.
Credit Suisse: Law Designed To Protect Our Clients Actually Protects Us From Them
Hey, when you’re in Thomas Gottstein’s shoes, you’ll grasp at any disreputable straw you can find.
Credit Suisse Makes Human Sacrifice To Appease Gary Gensler
Perhaps now the regulatory gods will show the bank favor for once.
State Street Agrees: Buying Credit Suisse Would Be Stupid
Turns out rumors sometimes are just rumors.
Layoffs Watch ’22: State Street Might Like To Buy A Smaller Credit Suisse
What will come first? The cannings or the unsolicited offer?
Credit Suisse’s Risk Department Every Bit As Weak, Bullied As Credit Suisse’s Actions Suggest
Despite earlier reassurances to the contrary, where there’s this much smoke, there is a raging risk and compliance fire.
Credit Suisse Shareholders Open Door To Lawsuits, Simultaneously Begin Filing Them
A modicum of competence and attention to fiduciary duties may be necessary to get that legal liability discharge.
Prosecutors Pretty Sure You Can’t Lose Your Banks $10 Billion Legally
Which is bad news for Bill Hwang and the Archegos crew.
Credit Suisse Investor Would Like To Know A Bit More About That $5.5 Billion Loss, Suspects Bank May Not Be Especially Well-Run
In fact, Norges Bank Investment Management would like a pretty thorough check before it forgoes its right to sue everyone.
Five Profit Warnings In A Year-And-A-Half Is Totally Normal, Right?
It is if you’re Credit Suisse.
Guy Nominally Overseeing Credit Suisse’s Archegos Disaster Also Allegedly Not Great At Managing Women
Brian Chin apparently saw no issue with keeping the ladies in the Birdcage.
You’ll Never Guess Which Big Global Bank Is Already Under Investigation For Breaking Russia Sanctions
Yup, it’s the one that really got “into the Russian psyche.”
You Know, Now That You Mention It, Maybe Credit Suisse’s Board Could Use A Fresh Coat Of Paint
And that’s what it’s getting, to temporarily cover over all of the rot beneath.
If Goldman Sachs Won’t Do Business In Russia, Jamie Dimon Guesses He Can’t, Either
Deutsche Bank, though? Still very much in Moscow.
Banks Seem Willing To Accept No Money In Exchange For Pretending Archegos Doesn’t Exist, Never Happened
Allianz also accepts that discretion is the better part of valor.
Credit Suisse’s Fondness For Spies Extended To Its Client List
Any Middle Eastern intelligence chief worth his salt had at least one account in Zürich.
It Has Stopped Being A Good Thing To Be Friends With Morgan Stanley’s Block Trading Head
Calls from Pawan Passi have been succeeded by calls from federal prosecutors and Gary Gensler.
Jamie Dimon Is A Pretty Permissive Babysitter, It Turns Out
He really let the kids run wild on their devices without even a glance.