The sordid spy scandal that has engulfed Credit Suisse for months and set CEO Tidjane Thiam and chairman Urs Rohner on a collision course has claimed the scalp of Thiam, whose decision to resign was unanimously accepted by the bank’s board of directors. That’s despite major shareholders lobbying up until the last minute to keep Thiam in the role he…
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