Skip to comments.Suicide Banker's Widow Blasts Alleged "Cover-Up", Asks "Unbecoming Questions"
Posted on 04/03/2014 9:04:43 AM PDT by Nachum
Having changed her Facebook profile picture to a "V...for Vendetta" face mask, the widow of former Zurich Insurance CFO Pierre Wauthier said she and her family cannot accept Zurichs claim that his death wasnt brought on by undue stress. As Bloomberg reports, Switzerlands biggest insurer said in November that no undue pressure was put on Wauthier, who said in a suicide note that then-Chairman Josef Ackermann had created an unbearable working environment. But, his wife is demanding to know why her husband's former boss resigned if he had not accepted blame for the death, and why details of tensions at work were not made public. Her anger is clear, as she blasted "I am not worth talking to... or is it that I would raise unbecoming questions????"
As Bloomberg reports, more than seven months after the suicide of Zurich Insurance Group AG (ZURN) Chief Financial Officer Pierre Wauthier, his widow said she and her family cannot accept Zurichs claim that his death wasnt brought on by undue stress.
We who knew him best cannot accept your conclusion that his suicide is simply inexplicable, said Fabienne Wauthier, speaking at the insurers annual general meeting in Zurich today, which she attended together with her daughter, mother-in-law and brother-in-law.
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Perhaps pressure to keep quiet about something in the financial winds - and resulting guilt?
Or make sure any witnesses remain silent.
Sorry, but if someone is prepared to kill themselves rather than walk away from a job they find unbearable, they aren’t playing with a full deck to begin with. I don’t see how his employers can be held responsible for his death.
Rommel was given the choice of commiting suicide or having his family murdered.
To be fair, I think Rommel’s situation went a bit further than just his working conditions...
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