Three major Swiss banks accused of hiding funds that belong to Holocaust victims are mired in a public relations nightmare that threatens the business dealings of their U.S. subsidiaries.

Despite the sudden lifting of a formal boycott threat by the World Jewish Congress early last Friday, the American units of Credit Suisse Group, Swiss Bank Corp., and Union Bank of Switzerland still face the possibility that some government institutions and private customers will withdraw assets.

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