ZURICH, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Investor Martin Ebner, a fallen star in the Swiss financial firmament, professed innocence as his trial on insider trading charges began on Wednesday. Zurich prosecutors are seeking a seven-month suspended sentence and a fine for Ebner, whose shareholder activism once made him the scourge of the Swiss business establishment but whose financial empire crumbled in the global stock market rout. Legal experts say one of the main issues to be decided is whether a ...
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