Mastermind or scapegoat, Tim Wiswell was at the heart of Deutsche Bank's $10 billion mirror-trade scandal
Just off the Connecticut shoreline where he grew up, Tim Wiswell leaned forward in the cockpit of his sleek, all-white 50ft yacht. It was 9 August 2015, and, dressed in shorts, a polo shirt, and mirrored shades, his hair tousled by the breeze, the 36-year-old was a picture of health and happiness. Natalia, the Russian artist he had married five years earlier, lay by his side. Their two small children played nearby.