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2013 Swiss Bank Settlement News

December 20, 2011 - Swiss court backs tax office on client data handover
A Swiss court denied a request by a U.S. client of an unidentified Swiss bank to stop Swiss tax officials from handing over confidential client data to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.

December 19, 2011 - US offers Switzerland tax row deal: report
However, according to the newspaper, which cited an unnamed source, the names of American clients would remain anonymous

December 18, 2011 - U.S. offers 11 Swiss banks deal to end tax row-paper
U.S. officials are offering 11 Swiss banks, among them Credit Suisse (NYSEArca: CSMA - news) , a deal that allows them to avoid criminal prosecution in exchange for revealing full details of their U.S. offshore business to Washington, a paper reported on Sunday.

December 13, 2011 - Swiss upper house backs move to end U.S. tax row
Parliament's upper house backed a proposal aimed at sealing any potential legal loopholes and avoiding a lengthy court fight by bank clients seeking to protect their identity.

December 12, 2011 - Swiss and U.S. inch closer to tax-row deal: reports
The fact that Michael Danilack of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service travelled to Berne for the first time to meet Swiss negotiator Michael Ambuehl was seen as a positive sign.

November 21, 2011 - Credit Suisse Bankers Said to Seek Dismissal of U.S. In
Lawyers for six of the bankers and a Swiss trust company owner charged with helping them wrote to Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole Nov. 8 to say they wanted to resolve their case as part of a U.S. settlement with the Swiss government

November 21, 2011 - Credit Suisse Bankers Want U.S. Charges Dropped
Lawyers for six of the bankers and a Swiss trust company owner charged with helping them wrote to Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole Nov. 8 to say they wanted to resolve their case as part of a U.S. settlement with the Swiss government

November 8, 2011 - Credit Suisse will disclose names of U.S. clients
Credit Suisse AG, Switzerland's second-largest bank, has begun notifying certain U.S. clients suspected of offshore tax evasion that it intends to turn over their names to the Internal Revenue Service, with the help of Swiss tax authorities.

November 4, 2011 - No Swiss govt payment offer over U.S. tax probe
The Swiss government has not offered a financial settlement to end an ongoing U.S. tax investigation into a number of the country's banks and remains willing to hand over bank client names as part of any deal, a spokesman said on Friday.

November 3, 2011 - Swiss offer US tax deal for all Swiss banks
The government of Switzerland has proposed a multibillion-dollar settlement with U.S. authorities over allegations that it helped wealthy Americans avoid billions of dollars in U.S. taxes, according to sources briefed on the matter

October 24, 2011 - Swiss Banks To Disclose Names to U.S. - Report
Swiss banks will likely settle a sweeping U.S. probe of offshore tax evasion by handing over names of thousands of Americans who have secret accounts with them, Bloomberg reports Monday, citing two unnamed sources.

October 24, 2011 - Swiss Banks May Pay Billions to U.S., Disclose Client Na
U.S. and Swiss officials are concluding negotiations on a civil settlement amid U.S. criminal probes of 11 financial institutions, including Credit Suisse Group AG

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