Jonathan Sugarman


My crime was that I obeyed the law. There is no going back.
In 2007 I resigned from my position as Risk Manager of UniCredit Bank in Ireland. In November 2016, I was invited by Irish MEP Luke Flanagan to attend a GUE/NGL gathering titled "Whistleblower protection: What must be done?" During my talk, I refer to a booklet I have written in which I tell my story, quote from the regulation, and put my story within the context of the dysfunctional banking industry and its accomplices at so-called Regulators.


The Whistleblower - Lifting The Lid On Ireland's Banking Sector Just Before The Bust
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 30,080. Language: English. Published: November 25, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Current affairs, Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Public affairs
IT WAS ME, I DID IT! In 2007 Jonathan Sugarman walked into the Irish Regulator’s office, told him: ‘I’ve been breaking your most serious banking law; signing off on billions that don’t exist, on statements verifying my employer bank is sound when in fact it dices with disaster, breaks liquidity requirements by multiples; here, the evidence.’ For this, he has paid a high price. This is his story.

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