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July 09, 2014
Hans Berger, a former CEO of German bank HSH Nordbank, attends the announcement of sentence during his...
Hamburg, Germany
Hans Berger, a former CEO of German bank HSH Nordbank, attends the announcement of sentence during his...
Hans Berger, a former CEO of German bank HSH Nordbank, attends the announcement of sentence during his trial in a courtroom of a Hamburg court, July 9, 2014. A German court acquitted ex-managers of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank of charges including accounting fraud in a high-profile case stemming from the financial crisis, a decision that may have implications for other similar lawsuits. Former Chief Executive Dirk Jens Nonnenmacher and former capital markets head Jochen Friedrich were acquitted of charges that included breach of fiduciary trust and accounting fraud, as the court found they did not intentionally violate their obligations. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/POOL (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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