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Another Swiss bank reaches agreement with US authorities 29/06/2015
Ersparniskasse Schaffhausen AG (EKS) has become the latest Swiss bank to reach a settlement agreement with the US Department of Justice.

Indonesia moves towards tax amnesty to attract back offshore money 29/06/2015
Indonesia, which has seen billions of dollars of money flee abroad in recent years, much of it to Singapore is planning an amnesty to help repatriate funds from abroad.

Julius Baer expects to pay $350 million to settle with US Department of Justice 24/06/2015
Julius Baer has made a preliminary provision of US$ 350 million to settle with the US Department of Justice for matters relating to its legacy US cross-border business

Bermuda labels EU ‘uncooperative' 19/06/2015
Bermuda has responded to being listed by the EU on its blacklist of “uncooperative” non-EU states, by saying it’s the EU that is acting in an uncooperative manner. The list consolidates national tax ‘blacklists’ as they stood six months ago, and includes any jurisdiction on 10 or more Member States’ lists.

Deutsche's Oppenheim arm in suspected tax evasion inquiry 17/06/2015
Sal.Oppenheim, a private banking arm of Deutsche Bank, is helping German state prosecutors in a tax inquiry involving investment funds.

French courts slashes HSBC bail in tax case 16/06/2015
A French appeals court has reduced a EUR1 billion bail for HSBC Holdings in a tax evasion case to EUR 100 million. The cut follows an appeal by HSBC, which called the original figure excessive.

The week on eprivateclient 15/06/2015
A round-up of some of the biggest stories on thewealthnet's sister publication eprivateclient last week

Switzerland considering tax amnesty for its nationals 08/06/2015
Switzerland should consider a tax amnesty for its citizens with money held abroad so they could declare untaxed assets voluntarily and face moderate penalties, according to Swiss finance minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf.

Swiss authorities increase due diligence requirements 08/06/2015
The Swiss Federal Council has increased the due diligence requirements for banks and other financial intermediaries in an attempt to prevent the inflow of untaxed assets.

Geneva closes its HSBC Private Bank investigation 04/06/2015
The Public Prosecutor of the canton of Geneva has formally closed its investigation into HSBC Private Bank (Suisse) SA today (04/06/2015).

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