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Credit Suisse restores asset management leadership

The creation of a vice chairman role leads to the restructuring of the bank's fixed-income team.
Credit Suisse has appointed a new vice chairman of asset management for Asia-Pacific as it rebuilds in the region. Head of fixed income Anthony Iliya is taking on the newly created role and will be responsible for increasing Credit SuisseÆs asset management business, including the development of its joint ventures in China and Korea.

IliyaÆs role will include developing both traditional and alternative products in the Asia-Pacific region. A Credit Suisse source says the company sees alternative products, in particular, as a major area of growth.

She says that increasing the global reach of the business is a key goal, and adds ôHistorically we have had our main business in Australia and Japan. But we...
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