Credit Suisse announces partnership with Triangle Land Conservancy

Credit Suisse announces partnership with Triangle Land Conservancy

Morrisville, North Carolina – Credit Suisse is proud to announce a new partnership with Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC), which will help conserve and preserve land protecting watersheds in and around the Triangle. The bank is one of the world’s leading financial services providers and has expanded its presence and employment opportunities in Raleigh-Durham, NC in recent years.

TLC is one of the largest land conservation organizations in North Carolina and is committed to keeping water clean, protecting natural habitat, supporting local farms and foods, and connecting people. to nature. TLC was founded in 1983 and operates eight public nature preserves covering nearly 23,000 acres of protected land that includes 148 miles of waterways across six Triangle counties. As part of this, TLC has built and currently maintains 53 miles of walking and mountain biking trails that are free and open to the public from dawn to dusk daily. As an accredited land trust, TLC meets the highest national standards for excellence, ethical practices and conservation permanence.

As a company, Credit Suisse is committed to becoming a sustainability leader in financial services and contributing to a more sustainable global economy focused on promoting long-term solutions.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to build a strong partnership with such an important North Carolina organization as Triangle Land Conservancy,” said Eric Eckholdt, Executive Director of the Credit Suisse Americas Foundation. “TLC aligns well with Credit Suisse’s efforts to make sustainability a cornerstone of what we do in the Triangle region. By partnering with The Conservancy, we are supporting an important cause in a way that we value. deeply by linking our financial capital with our human capital through meaningful volunteer activities.”

The Credit Suisse Americas Foundation funds the partnership with TLC through its Community Impact Portfolio, which aims to combine its giving with a full range of volunteer support by using the energy and expertise of our employees to build the capacity of our non-profit partners. In 2021 alone, volunteers at Credit Suisse Raleigh contributed more than 7,300 volunteer hours within the Triangle community.

“TLC is extremely grateful to the Credit Suisse Americas Foundation for investing in the health and vibrancy of this rapidly growing region,” said Sandy Sweitzer, Executive Director of TLC. “We keep hearing from new and long-time residents that lush green landscapes and easy access to lakes, streams and trails are hallmarks of this special region we call home. But it takes hard work and investment. to protect wild and working lands forever, and we are grateful to Credit Suisse for partnering with us in this effort.”

Credit Suisse is a proud resident of North Carolina and is pleased to help protect the lands of the Triangle through its work with the Triangle Land Conservancy. To learn more about TLC, visit

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