Credit Suisse cuts down Asia prop trading team

The Swiss bank has cut staff in its proprietary trading businesses in a bid to reduce balance sheet spending and risk. The reductions follow the bank’s disappointing third quarter results.

  • 01 Nov 2010

Credit Suisse has pulled back on its global proprietary trading business and cut the size of the division’s Hong Kong team, according to officials with knowledge of the matter.

The division affected is the Statistical Arbitrage and Proprietary Trading business. It focuses on proprietary opportunities in international equities ...

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