(Bloomberg) -- Credit Suisse Group’s top officials told investors that Switzerland’s second-biggest bank is pushing to resolve the U.S. probe into whether it helped American clients evade taxes.

“The resolution of the tax dispute is one of the most pressing issues currently facing Credit Suisse,” Chairman Urs Rohner said at the annual shareholder meeting in Zurich today. “We are doing everything we can to resolve this matter within the given framework of U.S. and Swiss law in the best possible way and in a timely manner.”

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