Ex-Julius Baer ‘whistleblower’ cleared of secrecy law breaches

Added 24th August 2016

A former Julius Baer banker accused of passing sensitive data to WikiLeaks has been given a 14-month suspended sentence after a Zurich court turned down prosecution demands that Rudolf Elmer be convicted of breaching Swiss bank secrecy laws despite being based in the Cayman Islands, according to media reports.

Ex-Julius Baer ‘whistleblower’ cleared of secrecy law breaches

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