Credit Suisse Group AG

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Credit Suisse is a Swiss multinational investment bank and financial services company, founded and based in Switzerland. It provides services in investment banking, private banking, asset management, and shared services.
Credit Suisse is known for its strict banking secrecy practices.

The group's operations are in America (42.7%); Switzerland (37.2%), Asia/Pacific (14.2%); Europe/Middle East/Africa (5.9%), through 3 sectors:

  • Investment Banking;
  • Private Banking: fortune management, business and retail banking;
  • Asset Management: €1,176bn of assets under management. Webpage

BankTrack-Fossil-Bank.svg Financing Fossil Fuels:[1]
 Tar Sands: $83m   Arctic Oil: $249m   Offshore: $1.22bn   Fracking: $1.72bn   LNG Export: $228m   Coal Mining: $210m   Coal Power: $1.11bn 



Total float: 94.4%
Source: MarketScreener.svg, Apr.2020



Credit Suisse Securities Europe Ltd

Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd is Credit Suisse AG's UK-based brokerage subsidiary. Formerly known as Credit Suisse First Boston (Europe) Ltd, the firm was established in 1966, and arranges financing in international capital markets, provides financial advisory services, and acts as a dealer in securities, derivatives and foreign exchange on a principal and agency basis.

CSS is based in London and is divided into fixed-income, equity and investment banking divisions.[~Downloads/cssel-annual-report-2018.pdf] Reports

Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC

Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Credit Suisse (USA) Inc. The company operates as an investment banking company, offering strategic planning, consolidations, reorganisation, financial, capital market, wealth and asset management, capital raising, funds, and private banking services.ref,ref


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  1. ^ Banking on Climate Change: Fossil Fuel Finance Report 2020. The new Report shows financial support for the Fossil Fuel Industry has increased every year since the Paris Agreement was adopted in Dec.2015. Again, the big USA banks dominate; again, JPMorgan Chase leads the pack, with Wells Fargo, Citigroup, and Bank of America close on their heels. These 4 banks alone are responsible for 30% of all fossil fuel financing out of the 35 major global banks since the Paris Agreement was adopted. Rainforest Action Network, Mar.20.2019.