Credit Suisse seeks affluent clients in Germany

Credit Suisse is targeting the wealthy private clients in Germany Keystone Archive

The Credit Suisse bank in Zurich said on Thursday it would extend its services to affluent private clients in Germany to help them invest, expand and structure their assets.

This content was published on August 24, 2001 - 16:36

Clients will have a number of ways to contact the bank. They can speak to a personal adviser, go into an investment centre or sales office, or visit the financial portal online, the bank said.

Germany is the second market, after Italy, in which this offer is being launched.

In Italy, two years after starting operations, Credit Suisse advises around 20,000 clients in the income bracket which is being targeted in Germany, and has over €3 billion (SFr4.56 billion) in assets under management.

Services range from investment products to insurance solutions and improvement of credit or tax position.


This article was automatically imported from our old content management system. If you see any display errors, please let us know:

In compliance with the JTI standards

In compliance with the JTI standards

More: SWI certified by the Journalism Trust Initiative

Contributions under this article have been turned off. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us!

If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at

Share this story

Change your password

Do you really want to delete your profile?