Supplement | HBS Case Collection | July 2010

Post-Crisis Compensation at Credit Suisse (B)

by Clayton S. Rose and Aldo Sesia

Abstract

The (B) case describes how Credit Suisse management allocated the cost of the 25% U.K. banker's tax among shareholders, U.K. managing directors, and the other employees globally.

Keywords: Financial Crisis; Cost; Governing Rules, Regulations, and Reforms; Taxation; Compensation and Benefits; Banking Industry; Financial Services Industry; Switzerland; United Kingdom;

Citation:

Rose, Clayton S., and Aldo Sesia. "Post-Crisis Compensation at Credit Suisse (B)." Harvard Business School Supplement 311-006, July 2010.