Spies and threats saga forces out Credit Suisse executive

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Spies and threats saga forces out Credit Suisse executive

Credit Suisse's chief operating officer has resigned after a James Bond-style corporate espionage scandal where the Swiss bank launched a surveillance programme against its former wealth boss. Private detectives were hired to track the Swiss bank's former head of wealth management, Iqbal Khan in September, in a scandal that has rocked the world of Swiss banking.  The bank began its surveillance of Khan last month because of fears that he was preparing to poach bankers and clients to bol...

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