The Dean on Bloomberg Television: Credit Suisse’s Strategy Is Paying Off

Dr. David Costa, dean at Robert Kennedy College, discusses second-quarter results from Credit Suisse, European bank stress tests, and what he’s looking for from Credit Suisse going forward. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)


Dr. iur. David Costa

David Costa is Dean of Faculty and one of the founders of Robert Kennedy College. In his capacity as Dean, Dr. Costa oversees the faculty review process and several of the academic programmes of the college. Dr. Costa holds a Dr. iur. (Doctor Iuris, Doctor of Law) degree from the University of Basel, Switzerland where he researched the law and regulations related to synthetic investment products. Dr. Costa lectures in the area of Investment Law and Money Management, and is a frequent guest on business television channels such as CNBC Europe and Bloomberg Television.


  1. Victor Tanwone

    I have followed this exceptional knowledgeable and experienced finance expert for a very long time now. Great deliberation. I will be your student very soon. God willing.

  2. Munyumya Jacent

    When I get prepared I will join University of Columbia Master programmes Just because of Dr. David Costa.

  3. Khadar M Nur

    More large number of banks has long experience for managing financial systems,so we shall hope to become your student.

  4. joe muriuki

    Doctor, greetings
    your efforts as a leader are exemplary albeit one not having met you. The more reason to join your institution` when God allows.

  5. Yassin Y Mashuubu

    Dr. Costa
    Your tireless efforts on convincing Carreer seakers to join Cumbria is some thing talenting.
    Once I accomplish preparing usefull resources, I’ll apply for further studies there at Robert Kennedy University particularly on Masters degree in Business fields


    Dr Da Costa has given a very impressive and candid view of the investment freeze in the face of market uncertainties. However as he rightly stated, in-flows might be positive indication of stability

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