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ZURICH: BlackRock (pic)and Jean-Pierre Mustier's blank-check firm are among investors expressing interest in Credit Suisse's asset management arm, three sources told Reuters, as the Swiss lender explores options for the unit after a run of costly scandals.
U.S. investment firm State Street Corp is also eyeing a rival bid for all or part of the Swiss bank's fund management business, while European asset managers including Germany's DWS are waiting in the wings, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Former UniCredit boss Mustier's blank-check firm Pegasus Europe, which focuses on financial services investments, is due to list in Amsterdam between the end of April and early May, two sources said.
A spokeswoman for Credit Suisse said the bank had no plans to sell all or any parts of its asset management business. BlackRock, State Street, DWS and Pegasus Europe all declined to comment.
Switzerland's second biggest bank has been reeling from its exposure to the collapses of Greensill Capital and Archegos Capital Management, with a 4.4 billion Swiss franc ($4.75 billion) charge hitting its balance sheet after Archegos failed to meet margin commitments.
The scale of the charge - close to three times the investment bank's profit last year - and a 25% drop in its shares since the end of February mean Credit Suisse boss Thomas Gottstein needs to take radical action.
The sources said Credit Suisse is in the early stages of a strategic review of its asset management arm and has yet to entertain in-depth discussions with interested parties.
The bank will need to wait for former Lloyds boss Antonio Horta-Osorio to take over as chairman in May before any decision on whether to sell or spin off the unit can be taken, the sources said, cautioning no deal was certain.
Credit Suisse's latest run of problems started when its asset management arm was forced to suspend $10 billion of supply chain funds that invested in bonds issued by Greensill Capital after the UK firm lost insurance coverage for its loans.
"They have started talks with some of the parties, but not due diligence, no data room yet. Some of the potential buyers want the entire business, others just parts," one of the sources said, referring to the bank's asset management unit.
"Credit Suisse is still in crisis mode and they have not decided how to proceed yet."
Credit Suisse in March announced an overhaul of the asset management unit amid the fallout from the Greensill debacle, bringing in former UBS executive Ulrich Koerner to lead the unit and separating it from international wealth management.
It said at the time the creation of a separate asset management division would serve to emphasize its strategic importance for the bank.
Gottstein also raised the prospect of parting ways with the business in a Bloomberg Television interview in March, saying the idea of separating the unit was "potentially part of the plan", and that "having a holding company around that could be something we are pursuing".Allbet Gaming声明:该文看法仅代表作者自己，与www.allbetgame.us无关。转载请注明：apple developer account：BlackRock, Mustier's blank-check firm eye Credit Suisse fund management arm