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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.

The week on eprivateclient 13/04/2015
News from thewealtnet's sister publication, eprivateclient

Labour's non-dom proposals descend into farce 09/04/2015
The high profile vow by Labour leader Ed Miliband to dismantle the non-domiciled tax regime looked to be descending into farce, after it emerged that his own shadow chancellor had defended the system.

Labour pledges 'to end non-dom tax regime' 08/04/2015
Labour leader Ed Miliband is about to announce that Britain’s 200-year-old “non-domicile” residency regime would be abolished by an incoming Labour government.

One in five Swiss believe privacy is 'evasion tool' - SBA 30/03/2015

HMRC former tax chief Hartnett took HSBC job 24/03/2015
Dave Hartnett, the former head of tax at HMRC, has taken a role with HSBC, the bank under investigation by several countries around the world for alleged collusion in client tax evasion, it has emerged.

The week on eprivateclient 23/03/2015
The major news from our sister site eprivateclient.

Advisers who help people dodge tax will face fines equal to the amount owed – Treasury chief secretary 19/03/2015
Tax evaders and the professionals who enable tax evasion will face tough new sanctions, including two new criminal offences and higher penalties, under a stricter regime to crack down on offshore evaders, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander announced.

 
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