October 24, 2021
Zurich (Reuters) – Credit Suisse’s former head of global security services is one of three people in a new survey released last week by Swiss financial market watchdog FINMA following a bank espionage incident. The lawyer told Reuters.
Andreas Josephsohn, a Zurich-based lawyer, confirmed that his client was one of three in the proceedings, provided his client could not be named.
The Swiss newspaper NZZam Sonntag first reported that a former security service officer was the subject of the investigation.
A Credit Suisse spokeswoman said, “In principle, we do not comment on specific FINMA enforcement matters or speculations relating to third parties, former employees or current employees.”
FINMA raised “serious organizational shortcomings” in a lawsuit against banks last Tuesday surrounding how banks managed and controlled the oversight of some executives and ex-employees from 2016 to 2019. He said he found it.
It has launched an investigation into the knowledge and behavior of three unnamed individuals to determine their responsibilities in the context of violations of the supervisory law FINMA identified by Swiss banks.
In October 2019, then-bank chief operating officer Pierre-Olivier Bouee and global security services officer resigned in a snooping case, eventually triggering the resignation of former chief operating officer Tidjane Thiam. rice field.
(Report by Silke Koltrowitz; edited by Susan Fenton)
Former Credit Suisse security officer subject to Swiss regulatory investigations
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