Jürgen Wolf is a financial adviser in a village branch of Bado Bank. At odds with the clichéd view of members of his profession, however, he has a strong moral compass and always seeks to give his customers fair advice. His boss, on the other hand, is concerned only with making a profit. Wolf has brokered the sale of certificates issued by the American Kosak Group to practically all of his customers, but their value is wiped out by the financial crisis. All the money is lost and the bank refuses to accept liability. When Wolf becomes aware of the fateful consequences of the bad investments, he spurns the bank’s deceitful antics and assumes the role of Robin Hood. In the name of justice, he declares war on his employer and undertakes to recover his customers’ money, but he hasn’t a clue how to rob a bank.