Credit Suisse has aligned its exchange-traded fund (ETF) product range with the company's brand strategy, renaming its family of funds as ‘Credit Suisse ETFs’.
Credit Suisse currently manages EUR50bn in index mandates. In 2009, Credit Suisse expanded its product range and depth, listing 30 ETFs in Italy and 29 in Germany. The business currently offers 26 equity and 11 fixed income ETFs across three European jurisdictions, as well as three physically-backed Gold ETFs.
Dan Draper, managing director and global head of ETFs at Credit Suisse, said: “Our ETF platform has grown significantly in a short time, reflecting the strength of Credit Suisse’ offering and its European network.
“Credit Suisse offers clients the trust and experience of an asset manager, combined with the market leading trading and structuring expertise of an investment bank. Our new product name fits in with our one bank strategy, reflecting the strong franchise behind our ETF product suite. We are excited about developing new products and further expanding our European presence in the months to come.”