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Credit Suisse hires Goldman veteran to lead financial crime compliance for UK

Credit Suisse Group AG appointed antibribery specialist Mark Taylor to lead its U.K. financial crime compliance, Financial News reported, citing an internal memo.

Taylor joins from Goldman Sachs Group Inc., where he was most recently head of financial crime compliance for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He left the U.S. bank in September after more than 20 years and will join Credit Suisse on Oct. 15, according to the Oct. 12 report.

Taylor is the second senior executive to leave the U.S. bank's compliance division in London in 2018, after Charles Eve vacated his role as Goldman Sachs' head of EMEA compliance in February, Financial News noted. Eve, who was appointed in 2005, was replaced by Oonagh Bradley and Robert Charnley, the report said.