The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA announced that an independent observer would control Credit Suisse, as the second largest Swiss bank failed in the fight against corruption in incidents involving FIFA, as well as oil companies of Brazil and Venezuela – Petrobras and PDVSA, finversia.ru wrote. The regulator also said that Credit Suisse did not properly combat money laundering while monitoring the bank's relations with the politician and did not punish the client manager who violated the norms set by the bank for several years. The task of an independent observer appointed by FINMA is to prevent the recurrence of incidents similar to those investigated by the regulator.
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