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Credit Suisse's new CEO Gottstein seeks growth offensive

Reuters Friday, 7 February 2020
Credit Suisse's incoming chief executive, Thomas Gottstein, plans to put Switzerland's second-biggest bank on a growth offensive following predecessor Tidjane Thiam's cost-cutting exercise, he told Reuters on Friday.
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