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Why Credit Suisse's spying scandal won't go away

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Credit Suisse will publish the results of a probe it commissioned into the alleged surveillance of another top executive on Monday Credit: ARND WIEGMANN/Reuters

A garden party bust-up, a striking blonde and four cars of detectives. The dust has not yet settled on Credit Suisse’s spy thriller 

Christmas is a time of reflection for bank bosses as they sign off on those all-important bonus numbers and hope for a better year ahead.

三级成人视频But as Credit Suisse chief Tidjane Thiam takes stock of the last 12 months, his thoughts will no doubt be dominated by something far more unusual than the struggle with turbulent markets and low interest rates.

The Swiss bank has been gripped by a scandal that reads like something straight out of a spy thriller三级成人视频 – and it is refusing to give way.

三级成人视频This drama first erupted in September, when it emerged that competing for ultra-rich...

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