The financial institution posted a internet lack of 983 million Swiss francs ($1.03 billion) for 2017, attributing it largely to the re-assessment of deferred taxes ensuing from adjustments to the U.S. code.
That was improved from 2016, when it reported a internet lack of 2.438 billion Swiss francs. It was hit with a $5.28 billion wonderful from the U.S. Division of Justice within the fourth quarter associated to the sale of mortgage belongings main as much as the 2008 world monetary disaster.
Out of the final three full-year durations, Credit score Suisse’s losses have been most extreme in 2015, when it had a 2.944 billion Swiss franc loss. For that 12 months, it booked a big impairment cost at its funding banking enterprise.
In February of this 12 months, Thiam advised CNBC that his financial institution “is in a greater place” than it was a 12 months in the past. The chief govt described 2017 as a “essential 12 months” of supply in its three-year restructuring plan.
—CNBC’s Silvia Amaro and Joumanna Bercetche contributed to this report.