21/01/2019 • Bloomberg
Ex-Credit Suisse Banker Faces Fresh Forgery Probe in Geneva
(Bloomberg) — Geneva prosecutors have opened a fresh investigation into alleged forgery by former Credit Suisse Group AG banker Patrice Lescaudron, six weeks after his release from prison.
Swiss prosecutors in the more than three-year-old case are looking into how Lescaudron allegedly faked dozens of bank statements for one of his Russian clients between 2009 and 2011, a period not covered in the initial 2017 indictment, according to a spokesman for the Geneva Prosecutor’s office. The probe was opened following a criminal complaint filed by the client’s lawyer, Giorgio Campa, on Jan. 18, the spokesman said.
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