Europe’s Swiss bank account holders will have their information automatically shared with their home country under a new tax transparency agreement.
Read more about New Countries Seek HSBC Data and Undeclared Cash
With the release of a treasure trove of data about how HSBC helped clients shield income from tax collectors, more nations are asking France for the data, while other countries face growing demands from critics to do more in the hunt for lost tax revenue.
Read more about Leaked Documents Expose Global Companies’ Secret Tax Deals in Luxembourg
Tiny European duchy a “magical fairyland” for corporations seeking to cut tax bills.
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Dodgy characters are buying up luxury New York apartments to funnel wealth into the U.S.
Read more about The Swiss Lawyers Who Help Europe’s Richest Families Park Their Wealth Offshore
Thyssen, Sachs and Rothschild are among Switzerland’s largest law firm clients.
Read more about After Multi-Million Inheritance, Playboy Sachs Goes Offshore
He's known as Brigitte Bardot’s husband, photographer, director, art collector. Now another aspect has come to light about Gunter Sachs: a man who set up an intricate offshore scheme to manage his vast fortune, a scheme that remained inscrutable to the fiscal authorities until the end.
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