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Credit Suisse: The biggest data leak reveals that Venezuelans accused of PDVSA robbery have deposited millions of dollars in Swiss banks

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Credit Suisse, Swiss bank data leaked.

A known data leak this weekend revealed that Swiss bank Credit Suisse has been receiving inventory for years from individuals involved in corruption and human rights abuses around the world.

The revelation, which was published simultaneously in newspapers around the world, including Argentina’s La Nación, The New York Times and The Guardian, indicates that the financial bank owns about $ 100 billion worth of those accounts.

The investigation was carried out by a consortium of about 50 media companies that are part of the “Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting” program.

The most pertinent findings point to how a group of Venezuelan executives accused of robbing the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA deposited large sums of money into Credit Suisse accounts.