Credit Suisse adds to cash position after market rally

Salih, Chris
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p7
The article reports on the addition of cash positions by Credit Suisse Group Ag after market rally in Great Britain. According to Credit Suisse co-head of multimanager Aidan Kearney, the team has been taking advantage of the good days. It states that the team has cash positions in the region of 10 percent across the funds within its £730 million fund range.


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