Swiss banking group Credit Suisse is to pay $475m to settle charges brought by both UK and US authorities over anticorruption bond offerings in Mozambique.
Under the terms of the settlement, Credit Suisse will pay the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) almost $100m and the UK’s Financial...
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