Credit Suisse Group AG is considering a return to U.S. wealth management after a four-year absence as Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam seeks to boost growth in private banking.
The Credit Suisse Group AG spying scandal that has rocked Swiss financial circles took a new turn on Tuesday, with the private investigator hired by the bank giving its own version how it shadowed former star banker Iqbal Khan.
A made-in-Zurich banking drama spilled out into the open over the weekend after it emerged that ex-top Credit Suisse Group AG banker Iqbal Khan had been shadowed by the lender, leading to a confrontation in broad daylight in the Swiss financial capital.
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