Credit Suisse announced today that from the start of January 2011, the bank will align the terminology for its structured products with the categorisation model of the Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA). This step is a measure to increase coherence of terminology and the comparability of products in the future.
Credit Suisse has decided to adopt the terminology of the SSPA’s categorisation model from the start of January 2011. This will ease product comparability and increase coherence in terminology for investors when purchasing structured products.
Credit Suisse offers a wide range of standardised as well as customised structured products that can provide a valuable complement to a client portfolio. Structured products are extremely flexible and can be adapted to a client’s individual needs, market expectations, as well as return and risk profile.