Investigations promised as officials respond to Swiss Leaks

Public officials across the globe have condemned the behavior of HSBC, and have called for new investigations, laws, and crackdowns.

David Cameron

Public officials have reacted swiftly to revelations made through Swiss Leaks, ICIJ’s latest cross-border investigation that brought together journalists from 45 countries.

Following the investigation’s release on Sunday night, officials from across the globe have made public statements condemning the behavior of the bank and have called for new laws or tax crackdowns.

Among the latest impacts and responses:

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