Former senior executives of bankrupt Swiss aviation conglomerate SAir Group soon may face legal charges such as negligence and falsification of documents. Legal authorities for the canton of Zurich last week froze bank accounts of three former executives who played key roles in the aviation concern during the last years of its existence. At the same time, investigators are deciding whether the executives can be held personally liable for damages and costs in Switzerland's biggest ...

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