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2 Dec, 2023 07:02

The woman who knew too much


UBS bank executives ordered some of its employees to destroy all of their computer files related to customers with offshore accounts in Switzerland. But one employee, Stephanie Gibaud, refused to destroy evidence. UBS responded by trying to fire her during the 2008 financial crisis. The French government intervened, but UBS was successful in harassing and intimidating her, and isolating her professionally. On this episode of The Whistleblowers, John Kiriakou will speak with Gibaud about her book, "The Woman Who Knew Too Much."