Gael de Boissard retires from Credit Suisse

He has served as the bank's co-head since 2012


Gael de Boissard, co-head of Credit Suisse's investment bank, is set to retire after spending 15 years at the Swiss bank, people familiar with the matter told FX Week.

Boissard joined the firm in 2001 from JP Morgan, where he had worked for more than 10 years.

At Credit Suisse, he led several of the bank's franchises, including the interest rates, global macro and fixed-income businesses. He took on the role of co-head of the investment banking arm in 2012, joining the executive board in January

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