This document has a French and Italian translation with added comments at
Heinrich Himmler reports on his meeting with Jean-Marie Musy about the Jews on January 15, 1945
Heinrich Himmler rende conto del suo colloquio del 15 gennaio 1945 con Jean Marie Musy a proposito degli ebrei
The original document in German is that one:
It appears to be clear that Himmler refers here, in January 1945, to an expulsion of the Jews under German control and not their extermination.
My research on Google with Himmler + Wildbad gave me a Wikipedia reference only in German.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vereinbar ... %80%93Musy
On Jean-Marie Musy, his wiki's article tells:
Jean-Marie Musy (10 April 1876, Albeuve, Canton of Fribourg - 19 April 1952) was a Swiss politician.
He was elected to the Federal Council of Switzerland on 11 December 1919 and handed over office on 30 April 1934. He was affiliated with the Christian Democratic People's Party of Switzerland.
During his time in office he held the Department of Finance and was President of the Confederation twice, in 1925 and 1930.
Musy was acquainted with Himmler. Toward the end of World War II, the Germans were retreating and near defeat. At the request of two Swiss Orthodox Jews, Recha Sternbuch and her husband Yitzchak Sternbuch, and in coordination with them, Musy and his son Benoît Nicolas Musy engaged in high level negotiations with the Nazis to rescue large numbers of Jews in the concentration camps. Musy was involved in the release of 1,210 prisoners from the Theresienstadt concentration camp. The group was saved after $1.25 million was placed in Swiss banks by Jewish organizations working in Switzerland. However, the money was never paid to the Nazis. Holocaust Rescue Mission in 1944 
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3. Moriah Films, Unlikely Heroes, documentary, includes chapter on Recha Sternbuch (USA)