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Credit Suisse money laundering case widens

Ex-wealth manager and three former employees at the bank to be quizzed

7th May, 2016
Credit Suisse in Zurich Pic: Getty

Prosecutors in Geneva have summoned three more former employees of Credit Suisse for questioning in a case of suspected money laundering.

In January, the man at the heart of the investigation, an ex-wealth manager at the bank, who cannot be named under Swiss law, was arrested on suspicion of carrying out unsolicited trades.

Last year, he admitted to the bank that he carried out trades on the accounts of customers without their consent, including that...

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