Anthony DeChellis makes a stop at New York University's campus one early September morning to check in on an event for Credit Suisse's ultra-high-net-worth clients before making his way to his Manhattan office, where he serves as chief executive officer of Private Banking Americas at the firm.

The event is Credit Suisse's second collaboration with New York University's Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising to educate its clients in the best practices in philanthropy and give them the opportunity to interact with their peers.

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