Ex-Pru chief Thiam eyes acquisitions in new Credit Suisse role

Alice Rigby
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Credit Suisse's new chief executive Tidjane Thiam has suggested the bank is considering acquiring smaller asset managers.

Tidjane Thiam (pictured) discussed his plans to expand the bank's asset management arm and said that acquisition could be a route to doing so, the Financial Times reports. Thiam, who joined the company...

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