(Bloomberg) -- Three Swiss bankers accused in 2012 of helping Americans hide more than $1.2 billion from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service face new charges of obstructing the agency from collecting taxes on undeclared accounts. Federal ... Bloomberg, 2 months ago
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(Updates with ex-Wegelin bankers in Courts. To be sent this column daily, click SALT COMPRPT.) The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, is weighing how far to go in forcing asset managers to separate payments for research from those they ...La Repubblica, 2 months ago
``This actually happened to the oldest Swiss bank, Wegelin. That bank thought they could survive without the US dollar because they had no assets in the United States. They were making a terrible mistake, because the US government warned all banks: ...HF Implode, 1 month ago
Law360 - April 23, 2015 On March 30, 2015, theU.S. Department of Justice announced that it had entered into a nonprosecution agreement with BSI SA, the first Swiss bank to reach resolution with the U.S. government as to its potential criminal ...JD Supra, 1 day ago BSI Account Holders Now Face 50 Percent Penalty On All Undisclosed Offshore Accounts JD Supra, 3 weeks ago
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With its tan marble floors and leather-clad reception desk, the staid Zurich offices of the Julius Baer Group, one of Switzerland's largest private banks, are an unlikely place to find an alleged fugitive from American justice. And yet it's here ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago
Swiss banks, for decades the bastions of secrecy, are preaching the virtue of transparency to their U.S. clients as they try to head off billions of dollars in potential fines for helping Americans evade taxes. Faced with the threat of penalties ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago
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Implications of the U.S. Department of Justice's Increased Pursuit of Corporate Guilty Pleas and Stringent Settlement Terms. In recent years, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has become increasingly aggressive in prosecuting and resolving ...JD Supra, 2 weeks ago
(Corrects to add earlier Credit Suisse plea agreement in fifth paragraph.) Peter Amrein, 53, a Swiss citizen, told U.S. District Judge Sidney Stein in Manhattan Tuesday that from 1998 to 2012 he helped Americans evade taxes by concealing funds at ...La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago Swiss Asset Manager Pleads Guilty in Federal Court to Conspiring with U.S. Taxpayers to Evade Federal Income Taxes and File False Tax Returns PressReleasePoint, 3 weeks ago
Abolish the death tax, say Senate Republicans Senate Republicans are rallying behind legislation from Sen. John Thune (R-SD) that would repeal the federal estate tax, wrote Jordain Carney of The Hill . Thune said the tax, which opponents refer to ...AccountingWEB, 3 weeks ago
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