Op risk data: Credit Suisse hit for $900m in offshore trust bust

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Credit: Stan Rohrer/Alamy Stock Photo; pictured: One Raffles Link, home to Credit Suisse Trust, Singapore

The largest operational risk loss in May was a penalty of $926 million, which a Singapore commercial court ordered Credit Suisse’s trust arm to pay in compensation to a former client for losses incurred through unauthorised trading. The fine is likely to be the last legal or regulatory judgement against Credit Suisse as a separate entity after UBS completed the acquisition of its rival on June 12.

Credit Suisse was found to have mismanaged the client’s assets when a relationship manager at the

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