Private and public sectors need to work together to address the STEM gap. One way to do so is through nano-degrees. Hear from our CTOO, Joanne Hannaford, on what nano-degrees are and how they will help to break down the barrier for women to be a part of the tech sector.
Thomas Gottstein, CEO, kicked off @wef 2022 with @flacqua on @business in a wide-ranging discussion about the challenges the global economy and markets face with rising inflation and interest rates. He also covered new hires on the ExB and growth opportunities for the bank.
Combining private sector investment with biodiversity conservation – Credit Suisse recently acted as a sole conservation bond structurer on the World Bank’s Wildlife Conservation Bond or Rhino Bond. Find out more.
The new Credit Suisse Healthcare Database, which includes anonymized records from a population of roughly 120 million US people, is a core component of our alternative data initiative. It provides unique insights into various healthcare sectors such as the diabetes market.
In 1Q22, Credit Suisse continued to emphasize the importance of sustainability as a core element of our value proposition for our clients, shareholders, employees and society: bit.ly/CSResults#CSresults#ESG
While carbon markets are still tiny compared to the multi-trillion dollar oil and gas markets, industry experts believe the growth potential is significant. Wood Mackenzie estimate that the global carbon market could grow to $22 trillion by 2050. For more: bit.ly/3jshWCt
Young consumers display willingness to adopt a more sustainable behavior across most sectors in life. However, when it comes to travelling and flying, they are less keen to change their habits. We discuss the findings of our survey here: bit.ly/3KZvtho
What issues are investors facing today when it comes to long-term investing? We deep dive into diversification strategies and assess how this can help offset short-term volatility. Read more in our latest Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2022: bit.ly/3uxia1y
The Metaverse is an evolution of the Internet―a more spatially immersive, compelling, and frictionless 3D web. We believe there are five critical vectors that will facilitate advancements in the metaverse. For more: bit.ly/3t9kFqh
Under the Net Zero scenario, the IEA estimates that global electricity needs to increase almost three-fold by 2050, while renewable power generation would need to increase 8 times in order to meet the increasing demand. We look at the current trends of the sector.
We expect renewable energy to gain larger competitiveness over traditional energies in terms of power generation and energy efficiency, which will further stimulate global renewables demand and accelerate installation growth. Learn more: bit.ly/3pysuDF
What's healthy for you, might not be as healthy for the environment. We asked young consumers in Switzerland about their dietary preferences and whether they are willing to change in order to save the planet. Read more here: bit.ly/3AS31ts
As a result of the fast-moving metaverse landscape, we expect global virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) headset unit sales of 42 mn units (US$12.6 bn revenue) by 2025, representing a 48% shipment CAGR (and 36% revenue CAGR) over 2020-25. bit.ly/3t9kFqh
How does the metaverse affect the global economy and other industries? Access our latest report on the metaverse in the Insights library of the 25th Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference: bit.ly/3KXCpuy#CSAIC
Why do young consumers want to move away from meat and dairy consumption? The number one reason for a shift in consumption is their concern around animal welfare. More findings from the young consumer survey here: bit.ly/3KZvtho
At the 25th Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference, we will share insights into the metaverse and its three key aspects: presence, interoperability, and standardization. Read more about the metaverse here: bit.ly/3KXCpuy#CSAIC
By moving to a more 3D and immersive form of the internet, the metaverse has the potential to expand opportunities for the current internet. We highlight the use cases and current developments around some of the major areas the metaverse would impact: bit.ly/3t9kFqh
In the past decade we have witnessed dramatic cost reductions in renewables driven by technology improvements which helped achieve grid-parity. What does the future hold? Learn more about the technologies that will drive the energy transition: bit.ly/3pysuDF
Explore Asia's metamorphosis over the next 25 years at the #CSAIC, as we make sense of how the digitalization of everything from money to retail and a historic shift of capital towards sustainable investments will transform the region.
What is the metaverse and what is it for? We view the metaverse as a more spatially immersive, compelling, and frictionless internet which comprises five essential components: infrastructure, hardware, content, platforms/communities, and payment mechanisms.
Technology improvements in the past years have significantly helped reduce renewable energy costs and boost annual installations. A new round of innovations will bring global renewables demand to a new level. Take a look at our latest sector analysis: bit.ly/3pysuDF
Today, we published our second #SustainabilityReport. We enhanced our sustainability strategy, driven by our determination to meet the needs of our clients, our shareholders, our employees and the communities in which we operate.
Find out more: bit.ly/3HT6v0w#ESG
This year's Global Investment Returns Yearbook expanded its research to 35 countries. Our experts have summarized the historical performance of various asset classes over time. Learn more about equities, bonds and bills and their annualized returns: bit.ly/33O7QaV
In order to learn about the future of our planet, we asked future generations of consumers what they think about their habits. Gen Z and Millennials will make up 70% of consumer spending by 2040 and they are inclined to consume more sustainably. Read more: bit.ly/3KZvtho
Consumer behavior largely affects the level of GHS emissions, but travelling seems to be an activity that youngsters are not very keen to give up, especially in developed economies. Find out more about the future of consumption: bit.ly/3AS31ts