In the latest attempt to end the long-running dispute, Switzerland's Federal Council has now authorized banks to hand over email traffic in connection with such clients to U.S. prosecutors, the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper reported.
He joins Ogier from Gorvins in Manchester, where he was the partner in charge of their wills, trusts and probate team and led a number of client mandates across the trust sector.
Denouncing the legacy of outgoing President Nicolas Sarkozy’s five-year term in office, marked by accumulated debt of EUR612bn (USD799.7bn), by a proliferation of supplementary finance laws and incoherent budgets, aimed at maintaining the fiscal pri
Credit Suisse Group can’t disclose a client’s account data to U.S. tax authorities because a request for assistance last year addressed only tax evasion, which isn’t covered by a 1996 treaty, a Swiss court ruled.
U.S. District Judge Andrew Guilford in Santa Ana, California today issued a “tentative” opinion rejecting Olenicoff’s lawsuit against Zurich-based UBS, the largest Swiss bank.
One of the sets of data is information from the Zurich Coutts Bank, a unit of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, the German magazine reported.
A powerful alliance of aid groups, charities and arts organisations is launching a full-frontal assault on Treasury plans to limit tax relief for philanthropists, warning that they will have a devastating impact on the culture of giving at the heart of Da
The swoop by Hong Kong’s graft-busting body on the Kwoks and a former senior government official, coming only days after a new chief executive was elected, provides ample fodder for conspiracy theorists.
In the latest chapter of an ugly dispute over tax evasion that has strained ties between the two neighbors, a spokeswoman for the ministry confirmed a report about the arrest warrants due to appear in Sunday's Bild am Sonntag newspaper.