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15 Jan 2018

Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse response to secret loans scandel case in Mozambique

Credit Suisse response to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre with respect to case study 8 of the BankTrack human rights briefing paper of December 2017:

Credit Suisse takes the matters raised in this case study seriously and is cooperating fully with on-going investigations into the Mozambique financings. While the current investigations remain on-going, the bank is not in a position to comment on the case study. We can, however, confirm that Credit Suisse maintains policies and procedures globally, including in the United Kingdom, to ensure compliance with applicable laws.

Credit Suisse AG, January 15, 2018