What a cheek: Wife of Credit Suisse MD Lizzie Asher flashed her derriere at NYC gala – as troubled bank took $54BN bailout
- Lizzie da Trindade-Asher, the wife of Suisse’s Daniel Ezra, supposedly went ‘wild’ at the high-profile event, where over 300 guests gathered for a black-tie event
- Held at the posh Seagram Building on Park Avenue, guests at the Art Production Fund Gala wore campy outfits from brands such as Saks, Gucci, and Chanel
- A Peruvian-born philanthropist and entrepreneur, her husband is as the global head of CMBS secondary trading and CLO secondary trading at the bank
The wife of a top Credit Suisse executive was seen flashing her behind at a ritzy art gala in Manhattan on Thursday – hours after the embattled big bank begged for a $54billion bailout.
Lizzie da Trindade-Asher, the wife of Suisse’s Daniel Ezra, supposedly went ‘wild’ at the high-profile event, where over 300 guests gathered for a black-tie fundraiser dubbed fashion’s Party of the Year.
Held at the posh Seagram Building in Midtown, guests at the Art Production Fund Gala wore campy outfits from brands such as Saks, Gucci, and Chanel, and enjoyed a decadent dinner of lobster clubs and ice cream sandwiches
Figures in attendance ranged from some of Manhattan’s biggest socialites such as Nicky Rothschild Hilton, to political figures like Huma Abedin, with many decked out in over-the-top outfits for the occasion.
Among those was da Trindade-Asher, who, while swathed in black and white lace, raised eyebrows by raising a frilly maid outfit to expose her backside in a moment that was captured by prominent fashion publication Women’s Wear Daily.
Lizzie da Trindade-Asher, the wife of Credit Suisse’s Daniel Ezra, supposedly went ‘wild’ at the posh event, where 300 guests gathered for a fundraiser dubbed fashion’s Party of the Year
da Trindade-Asher, a Peruvian-born philanthropist and entrepreneur, is seen here at a different 2019 event with husband Ezra, who serves as the global head of CMBS secondary trading and global head of CLO secondary trading at the embattled bank
The photo coincides with claims provided to The New York Post’s entertainment publication Page Six that the Peruvian-born philanthropist and entrepreneur was seen partying hard at the high-profile event on Park Avenue.
Mere blocks away, at Suisse’s US base on Madison Avenue, execs including da Trindade-Asher’s husband said it would borrow $54 billion from its Swiss Central counterpart to shore up liquidity as shares hit a record low this week.
Ezra currently serves as the managing director at the Zurich-based bank, in addition to simultaneous roles as its global head of CMBS secondary trading and global head of CLO secondary trading.
Investors in in the Swiss lender are currently wary after shared fell sharply on Tuesday, and again on Wednesday to an all-time low of $1.76, after the bank admitted finding ‘material weaknesses’ in an annual report that revealed it had lost an estimated $8billion last year.
Shares rebounded slightly on Thursday while da Trindade-Asher and others attended the fundraising event, but fell again on Friday to around $2, erasing most of any gains seen prior to the announce of the bailout package.