Former Credit Suisse head Tidjane Thiam tests his presidential credentials

Officially, Tidjane Thiam is pursuing his career in finance as if nothing else was happening. After having been forced to resign as chief executive of Crédit Suisse in February, he is set to become a director of the Pinault family's Kering luxury goods group at its next general shareholders' meeting, which has been postponed to June 23. Unofficially, the only thing the Franco-Ivorian financer is really interested in is Ivory Coast's coming presidential elections. [...] (271 words)
Issue dated 08/04/2020 Reading time 2 minutes
This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (USD 12.50)

2 options offered to continue reading

from EUR/USD 50

Only buy articles you are interested in


Unlimited access to the website

See our rates

Do you want a free trial before subscribing?

Create your free account

Further reading

New: Sign up for real-time alerts and be notified of new editions!  

Once registered, you will be notified by a short message on your computer or mobile phone as soon as a new edition of our publication or an alert is published. Stay informed anytime, anywhere!