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EU and Switzerland sign exchange of banking information accord 08:00 GMT
In another blow to Swiss banking secrecy, the European Union and Switzerland signed a sweeping agreement to end banking confidentiality for EU residents and prevent them from concealing undeclared income in Swiss banks.

Why is the US (and UK) so reluctant to take action against tax evaders and their banks? 26/05/2015
Mrs Margaret Hodge, the House of Commons very own pantomime villain, will probably be remembered best for her grandstanding activities rather than incisiveness, especially in her role as chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, its senior backbench committee.

US authorities settle another Swiss tax evasion case 19/05/2015
Zurich-based Finter Bank Zurich AG has become the latest Swiss bank to reach a settlement with the USís Department of Justice (DoJ) over tax evasion.

The week on eprivateclient 18/05/2015
A roundup of stories on thewealthnet's sister publication, eprivateclient, last week

Swiss bank settles over US tax evasion 12/05/2015
St. Gallen-based Vadian Bank has reached a resolution with Americaís Department of Justiceís (DOJ) as part of its Swiss Bank Program.

The week on eprivateclient 11/05/2015

The week on eprivateclient 27/04/2015
A look at the stories featured in thewealthnet's sister publication - eprivateclient - last week

Swiss to tighten up 'tipping off' regs 20/04/2015
Clients will no longer have the right to be notified before an investigation into their Swiss bank account.

The week on eprivateclient 20/04/2015
A look at the stories featured in thewealthnet's sister publication - eprivateclient - last week

Losing secrecy in 2017 to cost Swiss CHF 600m 15/04/2015
Automatic exchange of information will end any vestiges of secrecy and could cost Swiss banks CHF 600m.

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