This clearly was a big deal.
Huffington Post reports that Switzerland's former finance minister says he believes the stress of bailing out the country's biggest bank, UBS, caused him to suffer a heart attack. Hans-Rudolf Merz was finance minister from 2003 to 2010. He suffered the heart attack at the height of the financial crisis in 2008
According to Wikipedia, in 20 September 2008, whilst in Eastern Switzerland, Merz was rushed to hospital, having suffered from a heart attack. He was soon flown to Bern University Hospital, where he had a multiple bypass operation. He was also placed into an artificial coma.
Happily Merz made a full recovery - and so did UBS!