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  • Financial Times

    Credit Suisse ready for ‘good risk opportunities’, says new risk chief

    Credit Suisse is once again preparing to take on riskier business after high-profile crises had prompted the bank to adopt a more cautious approach, according to the Swiss lender’s new chief risk officer. David Wildermuth, who joined from Goldman Sachs in January, said the bank was “moving the pendulum back the other way” after ditching risker clients following the “catastrophic events” the business suffered last year. “As I’m going out and meeting with clients and our teams, I think we do want to take smart risk, where we really understand the risk, we are aware of the risk and we understand detailed outcomes of the risk,” he added.

  • Bloomberg

    Credit Suisse to Lean on Wealth Unit, Technology in Revamp

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  • Financial Times

    Credit Suisse agrees deal with mining group over Greensill debt

    Credit Suisse has signed an agreement with the mining company owned by West Virginia governor Jim Justice to start recouping part of the $690mn that Bluestone Resources owes the Swiss bank’s clients. Bluestone borrowed heavily from Greensill Capital, the failed UK supply chain finance group that relied on some of Credit Suisse’s wealthiest clients for a significant chunk of its own funding.