Thousands of Credit Suisse Group’s U.S. clients still don’t know whether tax authorities will learn their identities as prosecutors work to conclude a three- year probe of how the bank helped them evade taxes.

U.S. senators last week faulted the Justice Department for securing names for only 238 of 22,000 Americans with  Credit Suisse accounts, saying the bank helped them hide as much as $10 billion from the Internal Revenue Service. The pressure of a subcommittee report and hearings will force prosecutors to act more aggressively as they negotiate a settlement with  Credit Suisse to end the probe and get more names, said Jeffrey Neiman, a former federal prosecutor.

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