Credit score Suisse will overhaul its asset administration enterprise and droop bonuses for some senior executives, because the financial institution races to comprise the injury from the collapse of provide chain finance firm Greensill Capital.

The Swiss lender had a number of ties to Greensill, together with $10bn of funds that supplied publicity to the corporate’s loans and have been marketed to the financial institution’s purchasers as protected investments.

Laying naked the fallout from the deepening scandal, Credit score Suisse warned on Thursday that fund buyers have threatened litigation, that it might lose purchasers and the last word value to the financial institution could also be “materials” for its working outcomes.

The financial institution revealed it was already coping with delays to repayments of a number of the funds’ underlying investments.

“There stays appreciable uncertainty concerning the valuation of a big a part of the remaining belongings,” Credit score Suisse mentioned in its annual report on Thursday. “The portfolio supervisor has been knowledgeable that sure of the notes underlying the funds is not going to be repaid after they fall due.”

Credit score Suisse has as a lot as $2bn of publicity to GFG Alliance, the under-siege steel empire run by industrialist Sanjeev Gupta. Individually, Bluestone Sources, a US mining enterprise, has filed a lawsuit towards Greensill Capital and is holding again repayments to the Credit score Suisse funds.

Finma, the Swiss regulator, has additionally imposed the next minimal capital buffer on Credit score Suisse to deal with any losses. The lender informed the FT its capital ranges have been already above the brand new required degree and that its plans to return cash to shareholders via buybacks have been unaffected.

Greensill, which was backed by SoftBank, filed for administration final week after its insurer refused to resume $4.6bn of insurance coverage for its loans. Credit score Suisse suspended $10bn of the funds linked to Greensill at first of March.

Credit score Suisse mentioned its board had begun an investigation into its ties with Greensill, including that it could additionally contemplate clawing again beforehand paid bonuses. The controversial provide chain funds have been housed inside its asset administration division, which can now be separated from its worldwide wealth administration unit, the place it had beforehand sat.

The financial institution plans to draft in Ulrich Korner, the previous head of rival UBS’s asset administration division, to guide the unit, changing Eric Varvel, who will proceed on the group in different roles. Korner will report immediately into chief govt Thomas Gottstein.

“The compensation committee is monitoring developments carefully and can decide, primarily based on investigation outcomes, any acceptable actions to be utilized,” the financial institution mentioned.

Gottstein mentioned that “I’m assured that [Korner] can tremendously contribute to the work to be accomplished within the present scenario and can lead the brand new asset administration division to future success.”

Credit score Suisse had lengthy thought of separating its asset administration division from wealth administration. The chance was first raised when the unit carried out strongly, however a collection of losses for the enterprise over the previous yr have introduced higher scrutiny.

Andreas Venditti, an analyst at Vontobel, mentioned the organisational change would imply any future losses from the Greensill funds wouldn’t have an effect on Credit score Suisse’s prized wealth administration enterprise. However he added: “Important issues and open questions associated to the quantity of potential fees and severity of litigation dangers stay.”

Senior managers on the financial institution are dealing with powerful questions over how a lot they knew about Greensill’s dealmaking and whether or not they took on an excessive amount of danger.

The Monetary Occasions reported final week that Credit score Suisse danger managers have been overruled by executives after they raised issues about extending a $140m bridging mortgage to Greensill in October. Lara Warner, the financial institution’s chief danger and compliance officer, finally signed off the mortgage.

Credit score Suisse has eliminated three executives on the centre of the disaster.

Michel Degen, head of asset administration in Switzerland and Europe, the Center East and Africa, Luc Mathys, head of fastened earnings within the area, and Lukas Haas, a portfolio supervisor for the funds, have been positioned on non permanent depart.

The financial institution has drafted in specialists from Swiss regulation companies and administration consultancies because it makes an attempt to quantify the monetary hit and comprise the reputational injury.

The financial institution’s annual pay report launched on Thursday confirmed that pay for Gottstein, who turned Credit score Suisse chief govt simply over a yr in the past, was in the reduction of by 20 per cent to SFr8.5m in contrast with that of his predecessor, Tidjane Thiam, after income fell. Bonuses for your entire govt board have been 30 per cent decrease.

Credit score Suisse chairman Urs Rohner’s whole pay stayed at SFr4.7m for his closing yr within the function, regardless of presiding over a collection of scandals, together with corporate espionage, heavy losses and the Greensill affair.