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PAF of least resistance

23 March 2016 By Antony Currie

Credit Suisse’s boss blamed colleagues for hiding distressed debts that cost the bank $1 bln. Saying he’d take a bonus cut “out of solidarity” only dug the hole deeper. Thiam could partly redeem himself by being paid in toxic assets, as bankers once were in a plan called PAF.

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