The case relates to an earlier complaint which was dismissed by the Prosecutor’s Office. Complainant filed for redress, which was granted, after which the case was brought before the Disciplinary Commission.
Complainant accuses defendant of willfully denying her access to papers connected to her credit files. The accusations pertain to errors in procedure made by defendant. The Disciplinary Commission has reviewed the procedure and alleged omissions therein and found that the complaints have no basis, as the defendant has followed procedure to the letter. In short, the Commission has found no wrongdoing. Therefore the Disciplinary Commission ruled that defendant has not breached the Disciplinary Code of the Banker’s Oath.