Embattled Credit Suisse responds to huge date leak of dubious clients 

Mark Battersby
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Embattled Credit Suisse has responded to a huge data leak of accounts belonging to 30,000 of the bank's clients, totalling £80bn, covering funds controlled by corrupt businessmen and politicians. The latest allegations were revealed on the evening of 20 February by a consortium of media companies including The Guardian and The New York Times.  The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) alleged Credit Suisse flouted international banking rules by having human rights abusers and criminals as its clients. The allegations include that Credit Suisse managed money for t...

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