Tidjane Thiam

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Kingspan chairman Eugene Murtagh and chief financial officer Geoff Doherty: Mr Murtagh’s total pay package increased by 9 per cent last year to €1.915 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The 50 or so shareholders gathered at Kingspan’s annual general meeting in Ballsbridge in Dublin on Thursday had good reason to be cheerful. While sh(...)

Credit Suisse executives volunteered to shrink long-term incentive awards for 2017 and short-term incentive awards for 2016. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters

Credit Suisse leaders including chief executive Tidjane Thiam offered to have their bonuses cut by 40 per cent after a growing number of investor advi(...)

 Credit Suisse:   considering moving activities to  Dublin and Frankfurt in the wake of Brexit. Photograph: Valentin Flauraud/Bloomberg

Credit Suisse, which set up a European hub in Dublin last year to service hedge fund clients, may apply for a full banking licence in Ireland as it p(...)

Credit Suisse increased  bonuses by 6 per cent despite heavy losses at Switzerland’s second-biggest bank. Photograph: Kacper Pempel/Reuters

Credit Suisse chief executive Tidjane Thiam’s pay for his first full year in the job swelled to 11.9 million Swiss francs (€11.1 million), while bonus(...)

Zurich-based Credit Suisse announced its plans for jobs cuts as it works towards its 2018 cost-cutting target. Photograph: Michele Limina/Bloomberg

Credit Suisse said it will cut its headcount by a net 5,500 jobs in 2017 after 7,250 layoffs in 2016, as it posted a 2.44 billion Swiss franc (€2.29 b(...)

Citigroup will in the first half of this year  make a final decision on where to base its broker-dealer operation, said EMEA chief executive James Cowles. Photograph: Alan Betson

Citigroup’s top European executive signalled it will expand its Irish operation as Taoiseach Enda Kenny used an international finance forum in Dublin(...)

Credit Suisse is looking at various European cities to move some UK-based financial services to in the wake of Brexit.

Credit Suisse has declined to say if Dublin would be a beneficiary of any post-Brexit move, a senior board member of the Swiss bank said at a confere(...)

Net income at Credit Suisse fell to 41 million Swiss francs (€38 million) from 779 million francs a year earlier. Photograph: Reuters

Credit Suisse posted a surprise profit in the third quarter, with all main units contributing, as chief executive Tidjane Thiam continued to cut costs(...)

 ECB president Mario Draghi: he told the Bundestag European committee his bank saw no evidence for housing bubbles because rising residential real estate prices. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi faced down mutinous Bundestag MPs on Wednesday, insisting low ECB interest rates were not responsible for(...)

Switzerland’s second-biggest bank has reported a net loss of 302 million Swiss francs ($311 million) in the three months through March, compared with a profit of 1.05 billion francs a year ago. (Photograph: WALTER BIERI/EPA)

Credit Suisse Group recorded a second consecutive loss after a tumultuous start to the year led to further writedowns on trading positions and prompt(...)

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