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15 Feb 2017

Credit Suisse QLAB Asset Allocation certificate launched
QLAB Invest Switzerland announcement 15th February 2017

Today Credit Suisse launches a certificate tracking the Credit Suisse QLAB Asset Allocation Index. The certificate is initially intended for exclusive use within Credit Suisse discretionary mandates.

QLAB is the rebalancing entity for the index denominated in CHF, providing the asset allocation on a daily basis in line with the QLAB Asset Allocation index, live since January 2011.

QLAB CEO Dr. Steven Bates says this agreement marks an important milestone in the adoption of QLAB evidence-based systematic strategies. We have worked closely with Credit Suisse, giving the discretionary mandate team full transparency on our process and are delighted that they have elected to work with us.

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