Credit Suisse axes a further 180 jobs in London out of planned 6,000 worldwide
Swiss bank's stock has declined 45 per cent since July 2015 as market turmoil complicates restructuring plans
Credit Suisse is carrying out a fresh round of job cuts in London, shrinking its workforce by about 180 employees this week, most of them in the trading unit.
In January this year Credit Suisse officially opened its first trading floor in Dublin, creating around 100 highly-skilled jobs.
About 130 employees lost their jobs in the global markets unit, including as many as 50 in equities and about...
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