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. In a major data leak, a global investigation by more than 40 news outlets has uncovered dozens of accounts at Credit Suisse allegedly held by corrupt officials, criminals and human rights abusers.

Feb 3 (Reuters) - Swiss federal prosecutors have launched criminal proceedings targeting the perpetrators of a 2022 leak of information on thousands of Credit Suisse (CSGN.

The Credit Suisse leak has prompted a rare debate in Switzerland about the wisdom of the countrys banking secrecy laws.

. Suisse Secrets was a February 2022 leak of details of more than CHF 100 billion (roughly US108. Published Sun,.

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Feb 14, 2023 Credit Suisse Says Rogue Staffer Took Personnel, Salary Data. Feb 20, 2022 In a major data leak, a global investigation by more than 40 news outlets has uncovered dozens of accounts at Credit Suisse allegedly held by corrupt officials, criminals and human rights abusers.

Suisse Secrets was a February 2022 leak of details of more than CHF 100 billion (roughly US108.

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Feb 14, 2023 ZURICH, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Credit Suisse this week notified its workforce that a staff member, who has since left the Swiss bank, took some of their personal data, it said on Tuesday.
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Feb 25, 2022 Credit Suisse says that Switzerlands strict banking secrecy laws prevent it from commenting on claims relating to individual clients.

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As a part of the takeover in March, the Swiss regulator ordered CHF16 billion of the lender&39;s AT1 debt to be written down to zero, while shareholders received some compensation. (Bloomberg) -- Credit Suisse Group AG warned part of its workforce that a former employee copied and took. .

. Now, an extraordinary leak of data from Credit Suisse, one of the worlds most iconic banks, is exposing how the bank held hundreds of millions of dollars for heads of state, intelligence officials, sanctioned businessmen and human rights abusers, among many others. . It revealed that autocrats, oligarchs, war criminals, human traffickers and drug dealers had accounts with Credit. .

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. Credit Suisse had initially asked Finma if the CCAs could be treated differently to AT1s, but employees were told three weeks ago that their awards would be wiped out along with the AT1s.

Credit Suisse AG staff are preparing to sue the Swiss financial regulator over 400 million of bonuses that were canceled after the troubled lender's rescue by.

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