Norway’s sovereign wealth fund confirms Credit Suisse equity exposure


By Dominic Chopping

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund had a 1.49% stake in Credit Suisse Group AG at the end of 2022 and a 3.31% stake in UBS Group AG, holdings that remain “approximately unchanged,” it said Monday.

UBS yesterday agreed to take over Swiss rival Credit Suisse for more than $3 billion as regulators pushed for the deal in an effort to calm declining confidence in the global banking system.

Credit Suisse shareholders will receive one UBS share for every 22.48 Credit Suisse shares held, but holders of around $17.3 billion of additional tier 1 bonds, or AT1s, will receive nothing.

Norges Bank Investment Management, the arm of Norway’s central bank that manages the sovereign-wealth fund, commonly known as the oil fund, said that it doesn’t hold any Credit Suisse AT1 bonds.

Write to Dominic Chopping at

This article was originally published by Read the original article here.

Previous article: Credit Suisse shares slump 72% in opening trade after UBS deal
Next articleMark Hulbert: Why the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was not a black swan


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here