ZURICH (Reuters) - Credit Suisse (CSGN
.S) cleared its CEO on Tuesday of snooping on a star wealth manager in an episode that saw suicid【2020年全年资料大全跑狗图 】e, scan【l38期跑狗图 】dal and espionage invade the secretive world of Swiss private banking. The logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is seen at its headquarters at the Paradeplatz square in Zurich, Switzerland【骄傲若鸡落平阳打一肖 】 October 1, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd WiegmannThe spying o【2020红蓝绿波色表 】n ex-wealth management chief Iqbal Khan a【平肖是多少倍 】fter he left the bank for 【2020另版跑狗图20期 】arch-rival UBS (UBSG.S), an【tt35cc天空彩票 香港 】d the suicid【刘伯温新一代跑狗图 】e of a private investigator involved in organizing the surveillance, has badly tarnished the reputation of the Swiss bank and its top managers. “I’ve not come across anyone who is not shocked by what is happening, a person familiar with Credit Suisse’s management said. “The shock is big. What you’ve seen in the media over the last 10 days has had a mas【家禽野兽分别是哪个 】sive impact on the staff here. Khan, who left Switzerland’s s【布衣图库3d图库总汇 】econd-biggest bank in July and began work on Tuesday at UBS, was under surveillance by private detectives hired【平码四中四唯一官网 】 by Credit Suisse from Sept. 4 to Sept. 17, when he
spotted them. 【743好彩期期好彩全免 】News of a rift between Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam and Khan prior to the latter’s departure has prompted
speculation over reasons for the surveillance, which has roiled Switzerland’s financial center, triggered a criminal investigation and hurt the image of everyone involved. A private investigator who organized the surveillance of a senio【铁算盘三肖必中六码 】r former Credit Suisse manager committed suicide last week, a lawyer for the security firm at the
center of the spying case said. The bank’s chairman, Urs Rohner, said on Tuesday that a personal dispute between Khan and Thiam, which had made it impossible for the two to work together, had prompted Khan’s departure but had been unrelated to the hiring of detectives. The bank’s internal probe carried out【年九宫 】 by law firm Homburger found Chief Operating Officer Pierre-Olivier Bouee alone initiated observation of the former wealth management executive to see if he was trying to poach former colleagues to join him at
UBS. The investigation found no evidence that Khan had attempted to poach employees or clients from Credit Suisse. Bouee - whose professi【管家婆彩图免费资料 】onal life has clo【高清跑狗图红字已解 】sely tracked Thiam【六肖王码论坛一肖中特 】’s, having worked together at McKinsey, Aviva (AV.L【txccc天下彩报码直播室 】) and Prudential (PRU.L) before moving in 2015【水果奶奶一肖中特图 】 to Credit Suisse - stepped down from his role to take responsibility for the matter, the bank said on Tuesday. Bouee and Thiam had
been 【2018年白姐另版输尽光3 】close associates since the McKinsey days, with Bouee described as more abrasive than Thiam by one source who previously worked with them both in Brit【另版彩霸王二字经 】ain. “He was【必中的双色球 】 bad cop to Tidjane’s good cop, the person said, adding that the two usually spok【北京马会俱乐部地址 】e together in French. 【香港正版跑狗图彩图官方 】A second banker who worked with both【管家婆今期马报彩2020 】 added that, while Thiam and Bouee had a good working relationship, Thiam did not maintain an inner 【201*115期四不像图 】circle of
closer contacts amongst his team. Rohner told a news conference on Tuesday that Thiam still enjoyed the full confidence of the board. “We have absolutely zero evidence that he was informed about it, he said, while apologizing to Khan and his family for the incident. The board called the
spying operation “wrong and dis【单双各10码中特 】proportionate in a statement, adding it had caused severe reputational damage for the b【求102期的跑狗图 】ank. The criminal investigation of the spying operation continues. Rohner and John 【四不像特肖图99 】Tiner, head of the board’s aud【小鱼主页丨域名请记住ok19 】it committee, batted back questions about the c【单双各四肖资料已更新 】redibility of the probe’s findings, saying the incide
nt was unusual and insisting Thiam was on top of what was happe【水中出没大男子猜一肖 】ning at the group. Only two employees - Bouee and the sec【吉数赌经a2020年查询 】urity boss under him, who also resigned - knew of the surveillance, the probe found. However, deleted mess【开奖日独家发布打一肖 】ages sent on s【六开彩2017年全年生肖 】ecure platform Threema used by Boue【t35.cc马报 香港 】e and security personnel had limited the scope of the findings, Homburger managing partner Flavio Romerio said. Messages between Bouee and Thiam from Aug. 22 onward, which were sent via company email and messaging platform Wha【一肖中论坛 】tsApp, had been reviewed and found not to【118图库118论坛彩色印 】 be relevant, he added. Thiam did not attend the news conference. Two big investors said last week that they wanted Thiam, arc
hitect 【2016年64期跑狗图 】of a sweeping three-year revamp at the bank, to stay unless it was shown he broke the law, but shareholders larg【今天晚上开码结果2 】ely remained silent on Tuesday as Credit Suisse’s shares reversed early gains to close down 2.9%. BAD BLOOD? Khan was known as a smooth and ambitious manager putting life in【黄大仙特码一肖 】to Thiam&rsquo
;s strategy of reshaping the bank into a wealth management juggernaut to rival bigger peer UBS. Under his watch, the International Wealth Management business he led more than doubled profits and sharply boosted the client assets it handles. The abrupt departure of Pakistan-born Khan, who moved to Switzerland when he was 12, exposed his falling 【9跑狗论坛 】out with Thiam, the 57-year-old Franco-Ivorian executive who revamped a stagnant Credit Suisse by cutting thousands of jobs, scaling back investment banking and bolstering its balance sheet. Rohner said a heated exchange that took place between the two in January prompted the chairm【支付宝必中福字 】an to get involved. “The decisive question for me was whether the differences between the two gentlemen... would impact their【2018香港马经正 】 cooperation going forward, Rohner said, add【香港马报漫画 】ing their performance was unaffected at first. “But it became apparent that a long-term, trusting and mutual cooperation was no longer possible and 【2o19年|2生肖111期东方心经 】that 【美女打一肖中特 】Mr. Khan wanted to leave the bank.
Slideshow (4 Images)Khan’s switch to co-head of wealth management at market leader UBS sealed the divorce. Khan, 43, went to the police after the Sept. 17 confrontation with at least one detective who was shadowing him and his wife as they drove through Zurich. Conflicting versions h【一141老板跑狗 】ave emerged of how the incident unfolded. A s
pokesman declined comment on behalf of Khan, stating that “Mr. Khan being now with UBS【香港赛马会总公司人员 】 will not comment on today’s announcement of Credit Suis【2016男人味平特一肖75 】se.
UBS also decl【王大仙救世报资料图 】ined to comment.