In 2024, Credit Suisse might experience a $8 billion capital shortfall.

Given the need to reorganise the investment banking activities at a time of "limited" capital production.

Analysts led by Chris Hallam stated that the Zurich-based company is at the very least facing a hole of 4 billion francs.

In other words, raising cash for the lender would be "prudent."

According to the analysts, "Credit Suisse continues to confront cyclical and structural issues," and they continue to propose selling the shares.

In order to put a stop to years of scandals and losses, the company is considering making drastic changes to its erratic investment bank.

Including spinning off significant portions and dividing up its securitized products department.


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