Hunt for US securitization yield helps Credit Suisse

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By Jasper Cox
30 Oct 2019

Credit Suisse’s third quarter results, released on Wednesday, continued a trend for the bank this year: suffering in the primary markets but doing well in trading.

But advisory and underwriting revenue across the business dropped by 18% to $841m.

In debt underwriting the fall was a modest 7%, to $463m. Credit Suisse said it had suffered from lower leveraged finance across the industry and less revenue from ultra-high net worth clients and derivatives ...

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