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Equities shine as investors move out of euro

Dec 12, 2012

Equities shine as investors move out of euro

Banks such as UBS and Credit Suisse are charging institutional depositors to accept deposits in Swiss francs. Consumers have to pay money to the banks (as much as 1 percent in some cases) to deposit money. #HowThisWorks #Credit Suisse #Euro #UBS #Swiss Francs
Swiss bank deposits: Indians 55th biggest clients

Jun 18, 2012

Swiss bank deposits: Indians 55th biggest clients

While India accounted for only 0.14 percent of total foreign money in Swiss banks, the United Kingdom accounted for the largest share of little over 20 percent #Black money #NewsTracker #Swiss accounts #Switzerland #United Kingdom #Swiss franc
Indian deposits in Swiss banks grow first time in five years

Jun 14, 2012

Indian deposits in Swiss banks grow first time in five years

The funds, described by SNB as 'liabilities' of Swiss banks towards their clients from India, are the official figures disclosed by the Swiss authorities. #Black money #NewsTracker #Swiss National Bank #Swiss franc
Swiss central bank: How a family 'secret' led to the fall of the top boss

Jan 10, 2012

Swiss central bank: How a family 'secret' led to the fall of the top boss

The man who was once dubbed the 'rock star of the euro crisis' by a Swiss newspaper for keeping a cool head in the face of eurozone tumult is now history. #Business/Finance #HowThisWorks #Swiss National Bank #Swiss franc #Philip Hildebrand
Swiss central bank chief Hildebrand quits over wife's currency deal

Jan 09, 2012

Swiss central bank chief Hildebrand quits over wife's currency deal

Hildebrand resigned with immediate effect on Monday, saying he could not prove he had been unaware of a currency trade made by his wife and wanted to protect the integrity of the central bank. #Business/Finance #NewsTracker #Swiss National Bank #Philipp Hildebrand #Swiss franc

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Swiss central bank chief Hildebrand quits over wife's currency deal

Sep 21, 2014

FA chairman Dyke wants to end gift-giving culture in football

LONDON (Reuters) - The English Football Association should lead the way in rejecting a culture of gift-giving in football to counter continual allegations of corruption and bribery within the sport's governing bodies, FA chairman Greg Dyke said on Su... #Switzerland #FIFA #Greg Dyke
Swiss central bank chief Hildebrand quits over wife's currency deal

Sep 19, 2014

Platini plans to keep luxury gift, make charity donation

UEFA president Michel Platini has said he intends to ignore FIFA requests and not return a luxury watch valued at 25,000 Swiss francs ($26,600), given to him by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF)... #Switzerland #FIFA #Michel Platini #Union of European Football Associations
Swiss central bank chief Hildebrand quits over wife's currency deal

Sep 16, 2014

Davis Cup to remain annual event: ITF chief

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - The Davis Cup will remain an annual tournament despite persistent complaints from some players that it over-burdens an already-crowded schedule, the head of the sport’s governing body said on Tuesday. Roger Federer was... #Switzerland #Roger Federer