Decades Of Swiss Banking Secrecy Have Left Their MarkGuest Post
Decades Of Swiss Banking Secrecy Have Left Their Mark by Samuel Jaberg, Bern, swissinfo.ch
Switzerland, along with around 100 other countries, will put an end to its treasured practice of banking secrecy when the treaty on automatic exchange of information between tax authorities comes into force in 2018.
The country is hoping that being proactive in the implementation of the new rules will both shield it from new attacks and . . .
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