The new staff will bolster the company's asset management team in the fast-growing economies in Latin-American territories.
They will be overseen in their new roles by Credit Suisse's head of private banking in the Americas Anthony DeChellis.
Credit Suisse spokesman David Walker told Bloomberg: "The hiring of this team is in line with Credit Suisse's overall strategy to strengthen its Latin American wealth- management business, where we already have a leading role."
News of the hires follows Credit Suisse acquiring a controlling share in Hedging-Griffo, a Brazil-based asset management company, for $294 million as it pursues a policy of expansion in the region.
Last month Goldman Sachs added to its current staff of fund managers and analysts to form a new banking unit in Brazil, which in the largest economy in Latin America.
UBS meanwhile has filled the vacated positions with its existing staff.