Credit Suisse rejigs IBCM after ‘tough year’

Credit Suisse has streamlined its investment banking and capital markets operation (IBCM) and is confident that it will return to form after a chastening 2019, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 23 Jan 2020

Credit Suisse ended last year with a reorganisation of IBCM. New boss David Miller put his stamp on a business he inherited after Jim Amine stepped down following a decade at the helm.

Amine has captured the zeitgeist by setting up a new private credit business ...

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