In this April 3, 2012 file picture the logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is photographed at a building in Zurich, Switzerland. (AP Photo/Keystone/Alessandro Della Bella)
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Saudi Arabia's billionaire Olayan family, Credit Suisse Group AG's largest shareholder, is considering selling shares in some of its local assets, a company spokesman said.Founded by Suliman Olayan in 1947, the business was valued at more than $10 billion based on disclosed equity holdings, property investments and three of its closely-held businesses, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index in 2015 showed.The planned IPO would be the first time Olayan Financing has sold shares in one of its Saudi businesses since at least 2000, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
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