Date: 3 months ago   Category: Finance

Credit Suisse has disproved freezing of the assets connected with Russia — Rambler News Service


Photo: globallookpress.com the Swiss bank Credit Suisse didn't freeze assets of Russians, the bank has carried out reclassification of these assets, RNS in the press service of Credit Suisse have reported. "After recent sanctions of the USA and taking into account the regulating restrictions of the USA by Credit Suisse reclassified certain assets … Such reclassification doesn't represent freezing of assets", - it is said in the reply of bank. Credit Suisse has emphasized that "the bank works with the international regulators everywhere where is engaged in business to provide observance of all requirements, including sanctions against Russia". Earlier Reuters with reference to data of bank has reported that Credit Suisse has frozen money on the accounts linked with Russia for the sum of 5 billion Swiss francs (about $5 billion) to avoid hit under sanctions of the USA.

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