When António Horta-Osório takes over as chairman of Credit Suisse on May 1, he will be fighting fires on all fronts. While the bank has a relatively strong capital position, boosted by a $2bn fundraising announced on Thursday, shareholders are demanding answers over strategy and controls. Perhaps more ominously, the Swiss regulator Finma has instigated enforcement proceedings, writes David Rothnie.
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