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Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. opens Netherlands branch

Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. is opening its new Netherlands branch office in Amsterdam on September 1, 2020. This underlines the commitment of Credit Suisse Asset Management to the Dutch market and gives institutional clients direct access to its investment expertise and extensive offering.

September 1, 2020

The Netherlands is known as one of the most mature and advanced asset management markets in the world. An early adopter of modern pension fund, insurance, family office and other asset management approaches and a pioneer in the development of sustainable investment guidelines, the Dutch market continues to be at the cutting edge of the industry. Credit Suisse Asset Management’s experience and expertise in sophisticated institutional solutions such as Fixed Income Alternatives, Credit, and Index Solutions with ESG integration are an ideal fit for the Dutch market's demanding clients.

"We are very proud of the opening of our Dutch branch. With this even greater proximity, we want to better service our existing institutional clients, and open up new opportunities in the market," said Laurent Misonne, Head of Benelux and France Distribution.

Maarten Van De Loo will take the lead of the new branch office. His more than 15 years' experience in Netherlands and in-depth knowledge of the Dutch market will allow him to deliver comprehensive advice and implement tailored solutions for various client needs. "Proximity is a central element in my work with clients. I look forward to the opportunity for direct personal contact and further developing our business in this advanced market," he said.

The Netherlands branch office of Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. is located at Honthorststraat 19, Amsterdam 1071 DC. The official opening will take place on September 1, 2020. The branch will offer the investment funds managed by Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. and registered for sales in the Netherlands to Dutch professional investors, and may extend its offering subject to further regulatory approvals.

Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. is part of Credit Suisse Asset Management and offers a wide range of investment products and functions across asset classes and investment styles, and is committed to taking an entrepreneurial approach to the business by combining the strength of an institutional platform with the flexibility required to meet client needs.

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Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A.
Credit Suisse Fund Management S.A. ("CSFM") is a Luxembourg-based subsidiary of Credit Suisse Group supervised by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier in Luxembourg. CSFM is licensed as a UCITS Management Company and as Alternative Investment Fund Manager under Luxembourg law. CSFM manages and globally markets UCITS and Alternative Investment Funds with AuM of approx. CHF 65 billion (as at July 2020). Based on first-class institutional governance and the stability and range of opportunities offered by Credit Suisse's global market presence, CSFM offers active and passive investment fund solutions for traditional and alternative investments worldwide.

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