Weekly Roundup: OTS Issues Final Enforcement Actions, Justice Department Pursues More Swiss Institutions, and More

The U.S. Justice Department pushed ahead with a probe of Credit Suisse for allegedly helping wealthy Americans avoid paying taxes with the indictment of three former Credit Suisse AG bankers Thursday. More The charges bring to seven the number of bankers U.S. authorities have indicted connected to Credit Suisse, including four in February. The indictment doesn't name Credit Suisse, but instead Markus Walder, the former head of North America Offshore Banking, Susanne Ruegg Meiter, a former manager, and Andreas Bachmann, who had worked for a subsidiary bank. The three are alleged to have used an office in New York to...