Credit Suisse spying scandal included executive's family

Pedro Gonçalves
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Credit Suisse surveillance of its former executive Iqbal Khan included private detectives shadowing his wife. His two school-age children are also mentioned in surveillance reports. According to the Le Matin Dimanche paper, which managed to get hold of the 17-page surveillance report, the detectives took photos and recorded movements of third parties. The images of non-bankers - such as family members, gardeners and restaurant owners - were not blurred nor were their identities protected in the report. Car licence plates of those who came in contact with Khan were also recorded. Zuric...

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