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|| Credit Suisse raises $6.2 billion from Qatar and Saudi investors

credit-olayan-qh.pngCredit Suisse Group has raised $6.2 billion from Qatar and Saudi Investors by executing an agreement with Qatar Holding and Olayan Group on Feb 14.

Qatar Investment Authority, an affiliate of Qatar Holding, has a 6.17 percent stake in Credit Suisse, while Olayan owns 6.61 percent through Crescent Holding, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The Olayan Group is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BFD102.

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