Wirtschaft
05.12.2011

Finanzjongleure, die Millionen verzockten

Jüngst hat die Schweizer UBS durch unerlaubten Handel eines Mitarbeiters Milliarden verloren. Ähnliche Fälle gab es zu Genüge - eine Übersicht.

Finanzjongleure, die Millionen verzockten

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Toshihide Iguchi

REUTERSNick Leeson (C), the rogue trader who broke Britains oldest merchant bank Barings Bank, smiles as he is escorted by police at Changi Airport after he was freed from a Singapore prison, in this July 3, 1999 file photograph. Leeson was flipping throu

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Former Indian stockbroker Harshad Mehta arrives at the Central Bureau of India (CBI) office after being denied bail by the high court in Bombay November 9, 2001. Indias CBI arrested Mehta, and his two brothers in a case related to 2.7 million missing shar