< PrevNext > 61. Credit Suisse Zurich Share 2017 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $65 million2017 Global T&E: $328.8 millionFinancial services company and investment bank Credit Suisse spent about 7 percent less on U.S.-booked air travel in 2017 than it did in 2016, according to a BTN estimate. Credit Suisse spent 321 million Swiss francs (US$328.8 million, using a Dec. 31, 2017, exchange rate) on global travel and entertainment. That's about 2.1 percent less in Swiss francs than the 327 million Swiss (US$321.8 million, as of Dec. 31, 2016) spent on global T&E in 2016.The company accounted for 418.9 million kilometers of business travel in 2017, down from 432.1 million the year before. The average Credit Suisse full-time employee was responsible for 8,850 kilometers in business travel, down from 9,100 kilometers in 2016. Credit Suisse encourages rail travel for short business trips to reduce the environmental impact of its travel and suggests remote conferencing options. Employees in 2017 accounted for 211,500 hours of videoconferencing, via desktop software and videoconferencing rooms, up from 190,400 hours in 2016. The company purchases emissions-reduction certificates to offset emissions generated via air travel. In 2017, the company totaled 46,200 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions from its air travel, compared with 48,000 in 2016.Credit Suisse's revenue increased about 1 percent in 2017 to 21.8 billion Swiss francs. The company employed 46,840 people at the end of the year, down from 47,170 one year earlier.