The author of the video believes that Credit Suisse is in trouble and that a potential future collapse is possible. They suggest that if the bank can reduce its workforce, it may be able to get through the crisis.
00:00:00 Credit Suisse is one of the largest banks in the world, and some are predicting that it could go bankrupt as a result of the current financial crisis. In 2008, Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, and comparisons are being made between the two banks. Credit Suisse is currently involved in a number of scandals, and investors are worried that these problems could lead to its bankruptcy.
00:05:00 According to the financial reports, Credit Suisse is experiencing significant financial difficulties, with net revenues declining by 34% and expenses increasing by 43%. This suggests that there may be deeper problems at the company than just weak management.
00:10:00 The video discusses how Credit Suisse is losing money due to various factors, including bad risk management and costly scandals. This is leading to customers withdrawing their deposits, and ultimately, the bank losing money.
00:15:00 The video discusses Credit Suisse's cash flow statement and how they are losing 1.8 billion dollars a quarter. The company is trying to raise eight billion dollars from markets, but if they sell off assets, they will still have to raise four billion dollars. The market is becoming more difficult to finance, and this is likely leading to Credit Suisse's stock price declining.
00:20:00 The author of the video believes that Credit Suisse is in trouble and that a potential future collapse is possible. They suggest that if the bank can reduce its workforce, it may be able to get through the crisis.