Maybe €4.5 billion in fines and such will finally teach those Alpine asset-hiders a thing or two?
Financial advisers won't be able to do it for them anymore.
In other words, the Swiss bank is being investigated for being a Swiss bank.
2000 tax-avoiders should gird their loins right about now.
And next time he may not have to go to the trouble of doing time or having his house raided.
Now here's a guy that knows how to have fun.
If it's a day ending in 'y,' the German bank is forking over money related to an employee's elastic view of the law.
The Swiss are helping their neighbors fight tax evasion. (Which is kind of rich.)