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Regulators are going after the private exchange operations of European banks.
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Swiss banks agree to help U.S. on tax evader crackdown

by Stacey Vanek Smith Dec 16, 2013
There was a time not so long ago when if you wanted to store money somewhere, no questions asked, you’d go to Switzerland. Maybe not so much anymore.
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Criminal charges expected for ex-Credit Suisse traders

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Federal prosecutors target former Credit Suisse traders

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Prosecutors are expected to file criminal charges against traders from Credit Suisse for inflating the value of mortgage bonds back in 2008. Why it has taken so long for these charges to be filed?
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