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US businessman fined $4 million over secret Swiss account 30/01/2015
A wealthy US businessman, George Landegger, has pleaded guilty to failing to file Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBARs) with the IRS regarding secret Swiss bank accounts that he maintained and controlled at a Swiss private bank headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.

Jersey sees 13 percent rise in high value corporate listings 29/01/2015
The number of Jersey companies listed on exchanges around the world has hit a high of 110, an increase of 13 percent since 2013. The total market capitalisation of those companies rose, too, by a notable 62 percent year-on-year, reaching £269 billion in 2014.

Multi family office adds tax advisory service 28/01/2015

Julius Baer's Collardi 'not among bidders for Coutts' 23/01/2015
Julius Baer group chief executive Boris Collardi said Switzerland’s third-largest lender is not among bidders for the Coutts International private banking operations.

Coutts hires from RBC for senior Jersey trust role 22/01/2015
Coutts has hired David Thompson as head of fiduciary investments at Coutts Trustees, in what it said marked a further investment in its Jersey trust business.

Former Baer banker found guilty of breaking Swiss secrecy but avoids jail 19/01/2015
Rudolf Elmer, a former Julius Baer banker who revealed details of client accounts via WikiLeaks was convicted of violating Swiss banking secrecy laws but avoided jail.

The week on eprivateclient - First Names, Collas Crill, Waverton among others 12/01/2015
A selection of stories featuring on thewealtnet's sister publication - eprivateclient - last week

Forex trader who promised 'fantastic returns' guilty of fraud 12/01/2015
Forex trader Alex Hope has been found guilty of fraud, having previously admitted a charge of operating a collective investment scheme without authorisation on 23 April 2014.

Italian police investigators search Credit Suisse Milan offices 08/01/2015
Credit Suisse confirmed that its offices in Milan were searched by Italian tax police last month, following reports of an investigation into whether a subsidiary of the Swiss bank in Bermuda aided wealthy Italians in hiding undeclared funds.

Is banking secrecy obsolete, asks Coutts? 06/01/2015
Coutts Trustees unequivocally supports the commitments of countries all over the world to combat tax fraud and evasion, declares Martin Hall the chief executive of the Coutts offshoot.

 
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