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Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN.SW)

Swiss - Swiss Delayed price. Currency in CHF
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8.88-0.25 (-2.72%)
At close: 05:30PM CET
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Previous close9.13
Open8.99
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range8.83 - 8.99
52-week range8.32 - 13.50
Volume16,001,424
Avg. volume9,775,446
Market cap21.242B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.61
PE ratio (TTM)296.00
EPS (TTM)0.03
Earnings date16 Feb 2022 - 21 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.38 (4.11%)
Ex-dividend date04 May 2021
1y target est10.76
  • Reuters

    Credit Suisse hires Berenberg analyst to lead EMEA healthcare investment banking -memo

    Credit Suisse has hired a senior Berenberg analyst to lead its healthcare investment banking franchise in EMEA in a bid to revamp the unit after a string of scandals at the lender and a leadership overhaul, according to a memo seen by Reuters. The Swiss lender has appointed Scott Bardo as its co-head of healthcare in EMEA to win a slice of the lucrative healthcare market which saw investment banks earning more than $13 billion in global fees in 2021, according to Refinitiv data. Credit Suisse, which faced the abrupt departure of chairman Antonio Horta-Osorio on Monday, has also reinforced its healthcare team in New York after veteran banker Leo Reif - responsible for global healthcare operations - defected to Jefferies last year.

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    Credit Suisse Vice-Chair Schwan undecided whether to stay on board -paper

    Credit Suisse Vice-Chair Severin Schwan is undecided whether he will stand for re-election at the bank's shareholder meeting in April, he told Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger. "I have not yet decided whether or not I will stand again at the next Annual General Meeting," Schwan, also chief executive of drugmaker Roche, was quoted as telling the paper in an article published on Thursday. "In any case, the task now is to stabilise the bank, and I am happy to support the new chairman in this," he added.

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    Big Credit Suisse investor Harris "hopeful" for bank's turnaround

    ZURICH (Reuters) -One of the largest shareholders of Credit Suisse hopes the bank's new chairman, Axel Lehmann, can steer the embattled lender through a turnaround, David Herro of Harris Associates said on the investor's website. Harris Associates, the bank's third-biggest investor with a stake of 5%, according to Refinitiv data, remained hopeful for the bank and its strategic plan, Deputy Chairman David Herro said in a statement. "Although we are disappointed to see the departure of Antonio Horta-Osorio from Credit Suisse given his talents and the restructuring plan he initiated there," Herro said in a statement, "we remain hopeful that with the various management enhancements, including the appointment of Axel Lehmann and the numerous appointments that have been made in the last eight months to the executive board, along with a timely execution of this new strategic plan, that Credit Suisse will not only be strengthened but revitalized."