Paul Sakrzewski Managing director SAP Hong KongSaturday, 15 October, 2011, 12:00am
The finance house Credit Suisse was incorrectly called Credit Suisse First Boston in yesterday's Operation Santa Claus reports.12 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
Credit Suisse withdraws at the eleventh hour to avoid further delays in $60b record listing of the mainland lender
An offer from Swiss financial services group Credit Suisse to invest US$500 million in China Construction Bank's (CCB) upcoming global share issue has been abandoned after months of negotiations, banking sources said.28 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
Having observed the pros and cons of a large bank and a boutique wealth management firm, Paul Giles had no doubt that the way to build his own business was to combine the best of both.28 Mar 2005 - 12:00am
Main-board candidate Shanghai Electric Group plans to spend 6 billion yuan over three years to expand its production capacity and satisfy power equipment orders that have swelled to 6.5 times last year's sales.23 Mar 2005 - 12:00am
No one will face disciplinary action for errors in the allotment result announcement of China Life Insurance's initial public offering in December last year, according to the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).9 Apr 2004 - 12:00am
UBS Warburg has won for the second consecutive year an important poll that helps determine the pay and careers of Asia's research analysts.
The poll, organised by Institutional Investor Magazine, asks fund managers across Asia to vote for their favourite research analysts.10 May 2003 - 12:00am
UBS Warburg and Credit Suisse First Boston's Asian research teams are closing the gap with Merrill Lynch, according to Institutional Investor's 2001 analysis survey.17 May 2001 - 12:00am
Credit Suisse First Boston has delivered a lone optimistic prediction among securities houses for the mass residential market, saying medium-term housing demand outstrips supply.
After the pessimistic forecasts by UBS Warburg and Salomon Smith Barney, which said prices would fall 10 per cent, Credit Suisse believed prices would rise up to 5 per cent next year.1 Nov 2000 - 12:00am
China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) is planning its next move after last month's failed bid to raise up to US$2.5 billion from stock exchanges in the United States and Hong Kong, according to Xinhua news agency.
This is the first public announcement from the company after its attempt to list last month flopped due to adverse stock and oil market conditions.11 Nov 1999 - 12:00am