Credit Suisse announces James Amine to step down as CEO of Investment Banking and Capital Markets

Maria Nikolova

David Miller is appointed CEO of Investment Banking & Capital Markets.

Credit Suisse has earlier today announced some top management changes.

James Amine

James L. Amine will step down from his role of CEO of Investment Banking & Capital Markets (IBCM) and from the Group Executive Board, after more than 10 years in this position. He will assume a newly created role as head of Private Credit Opportunities, based in New York. In his new role, Jim Amine will report to Eric Varvel.

Throughout his 22-year tenure at Credit Suisse, Mr Amine has built a track record of success, shaping and leveraging Credit Suisse’s Investment Banking franchise over that period, most recently in his capacity as CEO of IBCM, since 2015.

David Miller is appointed CEO of Investment Banking & Capital Markets (IBCM) and will join the Group Executive Board.

David Miller draws on 22 years of experience at the firm. In his most recent role at the Bank, he was Global Head of Credit, Head of Global Credit Products and a member of the Global Markets Management Committee. Prior to this, he was Global Head of Leveraged Finance Capital Markets and US Co-Head of the Syndicated Loan Group. He also served as Co-Head Global Markets Americas and Co-Head Fixed Income Americas Operating Committees and has occupied a number of senior roles across origination and banking during his career.

Also today, Credit Suisse announces the appointment of Eric Varvel as Chairman of IBCM, in addition to his existing responsibilities as CEO Asset Management and President and CEO Credit Suisse Holdings (USA), Inc.

During his career at the Bank, Eric Varvel has been a member of the Group Executive Board, CEO Investment Banking Division, CEO Asia Pacific, CEO Europe, Middle East and Africa and Chairman Middle East, Asia and Sovereign Wealth Funds.

Harold Bogle, who was until now Chairman of IBCM will become Vice-Chairman, Group Executive Office.

Harold Bogle joined the bank in 1981 and has led a number of Credit Suisse’s key product groups in Investment Banking over that time, including as Global Head of Financial Sponsor coverage and Co-Head Equity capital Markets-Europe. In his current role, he is a core member of the Operating Committee of the Investment Banking and Capital Markets division. Harold Bogle is Chair of the US Investment Banking Committee – Financing, and recently added leadership of the Leveraged Lending Remediation Program and the UHNW Group in IBCM to his responsibilities.

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