Reporting to Paras Anand
Campaign to break up company
Aim to launch next year
7IM's Peter Sleep comments on developments
Concern about stretched valuations
Bringing over two funds
Former head of multi-manager
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse reach settlement deals
Psigma Investment Management's investment team has increased its weighting to 10-year gilts and reduced exposure to European equities in order to defend against the increasing likelihood of the UK's departure from the EU.
Credit Suisse among names in the frame
Former Aberdeen manager takes charity role
Credit Suisse's new chief executive Tidjane Thiam has suggested the bank is considering acquiring smaller asset managers.
In his book The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports and Investing, Michael Mauboussin, head of global financial strategies at Credit Suisse, outlined an intuitive method for judging whether the outcome of a particular activity...
M&G's fixed income manager Richard Woolnough received a hefty pay package in 2014, larger than that of parent company Prudential's CEO Tidjane Thiam, according to reports.
Dotcom bubble 2.0?
The FTSE 100 index fell sharply on Tuesday in its worst day of 2015 so far, as energy stocks plummeted on the back of further falls in the oil price.
Prudential chief executive Tidjane Thiam has been named as the surprise new head of Credit Suisse.
Three prominent London Business School academics have calculated the FTSE 100 has a 50% chance of hitting the 10,000 level by 2022, following its recent record-breaking performance.
Momentum investing strategies have been the subject of much criticism over the years, but new research suggests they can be winners over the long term.
Media tycoon Richard Desmond has agreed to settle his £42m court case against Credit Suisse and GLG, accepting a significant settlement figure, according to reports.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has lined up ten bidders for Coutts International as part of a pre-Christmas auction of the business, according to reports.
'How we handled the European sell-off'
The damage done
Credit Suisse is to pay fines of $2.6bn (£1.6bn) after pleading guilty to helping US clients evade tax.