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Credit Suisse wants to get rid of many senior managers

Credit Suisse CEO Thomas Gottstein, 58, is going through a turbulent period — and it’s been since he took office in February 2020. Since then, the major Swiss bank has been bombarded with scandals on a weekly and monthly basis. Recently, Gotstein also had to anticipate another loss for Spring 2022.

Together with the new head of management, Axel Lehmann (63), Gotstein faces the huge task of getting computer science back on the path to success. They now want to replace several senior managers at the same time. Chief Adviser Romeo Cerruti, Chief Financial Officer David Mathers and Hellman Situhang, CEO, Asia Pacific, will be replaced, as will “New Zealand Sunday” According to insiders reported. Marcus Diethelm (65) is set to be traded as Cerutti’s successor. Until November 2021, he was still responsible for the legal department at UBS.