Julius Baer employees to face probe by Swiss regulator

Julius Baer employees to face probe by Swiss regulator

The Swiss financial regulator will begin investigating individuals working at Julius Baer after the bank was hit with a series of sanctions for dealing in Venezuelan graft money. Finma chief executive Mark Branson said in an interview published  in a Swiss-German language daily newspaper the regulator would look at the behaviour of individuals at the Swiss private bank, with employment bans among the possible punishments for those found to have breached regulations. "We will now address...

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