What a nerve: Credit Suisse MD Lizzie Asher’s wife flashed her butt at New York gala, as troubled bank was bailed out to $54BN
- Lizzie da Trindade-Asher, the wife of Suisse’s Daniel Ezra, reportedly went ‘crazy’ at the high-profile event, where more than 300 guests gathered for a black-tie event.
- Held in the posh Seagram Building on Park Avenue, guests at the Art Production Fund Gala wore kitschy outfits from brands like Saks, Gucci and Chanel.
- A Peruvian-born philanthropist and entrepreneur, her husband is 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 butt at a lavish Manhattan art gala on Thursday, hours after the embattled big bank pleaded for a $54 billion bailout.
Lizzie da Trindade-Asher, the wife of Suisse’s Daniel Ezra, reportedly went ‘crazy’ at the high-profile event, where more than 300 guests gathered for a gala fundraiser dubbed the Fashion Party of the Year.
Held in the posh Seagram Building in Midtown, guests at the Art Production Fund Gala wore extravagant outfits from brands like Saks, Gucci and Chanel, and enjoyed a decadent dinner of lobster clubs and ice cream sandwiches.
The figures in attendance ranged from some of Manhattan’s biggest personalities like Nicky Rothschild Hilton to political figures like Huma Abedin, many of whom dressed in over-the-top outfits for the occasion.
Among them was da Trindade-Asher, who, while sDressed in black and white lace, she raised her eyebrows lifting a ruffled maid outfit to expose her rear in a moment that was captured by leading fashion publication Women’s Wear Daily.
Lizzie da Trindade-Asher, the wife of Credit Suisse’s Daniel Ezra, reportedly went ‘crazy’ at the swanky event, where 300 guests gathered for a fundraiser dubbed the Fashion Party of the Year.
da Trindade-Asher, a Peruvian-born philanthropist and businesswoman, is seen here at a different 2019 event with her husband Ezra, who serves as CMBS Global Head of Secondary Operations and CLO Global Head of Secondary Operations at the bank in conflict.
The photo matches claims provided to The New York Post entertainment publication Page Six that the Peruvian-born philanthropist and businessman was seen partying at the high-profile event on Park Avenue.
A few blocks away, at Suisse’s US base on Madison Avenue, executives, including da Trindade-Asher’s husband, said