Credit Suisse | CEO quits after SHOCKING spying scandal

CEO quits after SHOCKING spying scandal

Following the ‘spying’ scandal that Credit Suisse has been embroiled in over the last few months, the firm’s CEO Tidjane Thiam has announced his exit from the bank – the BBC reported.

While Thiam denied knowledge of the covert operations – that saw two former employees put under surveillance after they quit to join rival firms – his resignation comes after reported strains between himself and the firm’s Chairman, Urs Rohner.

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