Insider: Investment banking boss leaves Credit Suisse

Insider: Investment banking boss leaves Credit Suisse

London According to an insider, there is a prominent departure at Credit Suisse. Investment banking boss Christian Meissner will leave the bank after the announcement of the restructuring of the group, a person familiar with the matter told the Reuters news agency on Monday. The Bloomberg news agency had previously reported on the departure. Credit Suisse declined to comment.

At the end of July, Credit Suisse announced that the investment bank’s leadership would be strengthened with the appointment of David Miller and Michael Ebert as co-heads of banking and markets, respectively. Meissner will focus on the strategic realignment of the business. According to insiders, it was unclear how much Meissner was last involved in this work. He was not available for comment.

The Austrian joined the major Swiss bank in 2020 and initially took on a management role in the asset management business. In 2021 he became head of investment banking. From 2012 to 2019 he led the global corporate and investment banking division at Bank of America.

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