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John R. Campbell assumes new position as head of World Accounts Group at Credit Suisse.

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 9, 1995--Credit Suisse is pleased to announce that effective Feb. 1, 1995, John R. Campbell, member of senior management, assumed the position as Head of the newly formed World Accounts Group in New York.

In this new capacity, Campbell is responsible for marketing the products and services of the CS Holding Group to the multinational customers of Credit Suisse. As before, he will report to Peter Nardin, member of senior management and Deputy Regional Head Credit Suisse USA. Prior to this position, Campbell was responsible for the Structured Finance Product Group for the US market.

Before joining Credit Suisse in 1991, John Campbell spent fifteen years in various management capacities with J.P. Morgan & Co. both in New York and abroad.

Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from Columbia University.

"It's an exciting opportunity to market the global capabilities of Credit Suisse, CS First Boston and CS Financial Products to our U.S. multinational client base. This effort should enable us to exploit our acknowledged potential in a meaningful way," says Campbell.

Credit Suisse was founded in 1856 in Zurich and is the oldest of the major Swiss banks. In Switzerland it operates as a full-service bank offering products and services to all customer segments. Internationally, Credit Suisse focuses on business with large commercial clients, asset management and selected financial services. The bank has over 80 offices worldwide and maintains a presence in all the leading financial centers, in the major industrial countries and in important growth markets. Banking operations in the US began in 1940 and currently include branches in New York and Los Angeles, an agency in Miami, and representative offices in San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago and Houston.

On Sept. 30, 1994, the Credit Suisse group's total assets stood at Sfr. 231.9 billion as determined in accordance with Swiss accounting principles.

Credit Suisse's principal office is at Paradaplatz 8, CH-8001, Zurich, Switzerland; its New York branch is at Tower 49, 12 East 49 Street, New York, N.Y. 10017.

For further information, please contact Edgar K. Mitchell or Gail S. Quinn at 212/238-5016.

CONTACT: Credit Suisse, New York

Edgar K. Mitchell or Gail S. Quinn,

212/238-5016
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