Defendant frequently viewed private financial data of customers without cause. Closer inspection by her employer later revealed these customers to be people in her own immediate surroundings. Defendant also shared private information gleaned from the bank accounts with her partner, while she should have treated this information as strictly confidential. Defendant not only clearly breached internal rules of her (now former) employer, she also violated the Bankers’ oath, the Disciplinary Commission ruled. The Commission handed down a 6 month professional disqualification.