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Swiss financial regulator wants to be able to name and shame banks

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The logo of Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA is seen outside their headquarters in Bern
June 04, 2024
Reuters

ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss financial regulator FINMA wants to be able to name and shame banks which breach its rules, Chief Executive Stefan Walter told newspaper NZZ in an interview published on Tuesday.

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