Credit Suisse's raft of wealth advisers in Moscow stay put as it reveals Russia exposure  

Mark Battersby
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Credit Suisse had 848 million francs ($914m) of credit exposure to Russia at close of last year, it said in an update today (10 March), while also stating that its 125 Moscow-based staff including wealth management advisers would continue to work there.   As part of its annual report disclosures, Credit Suisse said it had an office in Moscow with approximately 125 colleagues working across wealth management and the investment bank, in both front office and corporate function roles.  "Their ongoing safety and security is a top priority; we monitor the situation daily and have planned f...

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