Published on 23 Oct 2013
In 2008 Hervé Falciani walked out of HSBC in Geneva, where he worked as a computer specialist, with the account details of up to 130,000 of the bank’s clients. Since then the data has been used to track down people who had used the bank in Switzerland to hide money in order to avoid paying tax but his motives have been called into question. This is the story of the man some people refer to as the Edward Snowden of the banking world.
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