The Suisse Secrets data leak includes dozens of corrupt government officials, criminals, and alleged human rights abusers who have been clients of the Swiss banking giant.
There is nothing inherently wrong with having a Swiss bank account. But banks are supposed to avoid clients who earned money illegally or were involved in crimes. Despite their notoriety - which, in some cases, would have been obvious from a quick Google search - Credit Suisse maintained relationships with some of these clients for years, though it is possible that some accounts were ordered frozen by law enforcement.
Browse some of Credit Suisse’s most problematic account holders below, who collectively held at least US$ 8.7 billion in the Swiss bank’s coffers.