Swiss regulator concerned over BGN vice chair arrest
Credit Suisse has declared itself "shocked and deeply concerned" by allegations relating to Argentinian merchant bank Banco General de Negocios (BGN), of which it owns 12% voting interest. Carlos Rohm, BGN's vice chairman and a Chase Capital Partners veteran, was arrested in late January in connection with ...
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