Credit Suisse was founded in Zurich in 1856 to help fund the construction of the national rail system in the country. The new bank-issued loans to get rail projects moving. Credit Suisse would eventually issue loans to fund the construction and growth of the entire European rail system and the national electrical grid in Switzerland.
Credit Suisse, a renowned Swiss bank, has a long history of involvement in the precious metals industry, including the minting of gold bars.
During the 1970s, there was a significant surge in demand for gold as an investment and a store of value.
Recognizing this growing market, Credit Suisse started producing gold bars to meet the demand of investors around the world. The Credit Suisse bars quickly gained popularity and became widely recognized for their quality and 99.99% gold purity.
The Credit Suisse gold bars feature the bank's logo, weight, purity, and a unique serial number, ensuring their authenticity and providing confidence to buyers.
For investors looking to diversify their physical metals portfolio, Credit Suisse platinum bars are also available. A larger format, Credit Suisse 10 oz platinum bar is also available as a significant store of wealth.
Credit Suisse is a refiner of metals into bullion bars in ranging from gold and silver to platinum and palladium. Based in Switzerland, Credit Suisse is one of the few refineries that also operates its own financial institutions and banks.