Banque de Crédit International Genève
Banque de Crédit International Genève (also known as "BCI") was a Swiss bank, founded in 1959 by Tibor Rosenbaum and Bernard Cornfield in Geneva, Switzerland.
In 1963, its board of directors was composed of Pierre Audéoud (Chair), Samuel Scheps (Deputy Chair), Jacques Leimbacher (Assistant Director), Chaim Haller (Deputy) and Tibor Rosenbaum.
In 1973, it had two branches in Luxembourg and London.
During its active time, it had deposits from 8,000 people of the Jewish community living in France.
According to Richard Gilbride's book "Matrix for Assassination: The JFK Conspiracy", the bank was responsible for handling up to 90% of the Israeli Defense Ministry's arms purchases.
The bank is also notable for Avner Less, the Adolf Eichmann interrogator, having worked there from 1968 - 1973.
It went into liquidation and was deleted from the Swiss commercial register in 2011.
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