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April 6, 2017 - Swiss Stress Cooperation in `Huge' Cases Like Credit Suisse
The number of foreign-assistance requests to the Swiss prosecutor’s office jumped to 193 last year from 145 in 2015 as more foreign prosecutors reached out for help with their own investigations into money-laundering, corruption and other white-collar crimes, according to its annual report released Wednesday.

April 5, 2017 - Credit Suisse scandal threatens Swiss efforts to clean up reputation
People really thought that, with the upcoming Automatic Exchange of Information and the cleanup of the European client portfolio completed, this stuff shouldn't be an issue anymore," Andreas Venditti, banking analyst at Vontobel, said. "Now the market seems to be confused about what to think."

April 5, 2017 - In tax evasion hunt, Australia finds scores of Swiss accounts still active
Swiss bank Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) came out last week to reveal its offices in London, Paris and Amsterdam were contacted by local authorities concerning client tax matters.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse Taken by Surprise in Five-Nation Tax Probe
The raids were done without informing authorities in Switzerland, that country’s attorney general’s office said in a statement. The Swiss aren’t conducting a criminal probe into the matter, a spokeswoman said.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse Offices Visited by Authorities
the bank's Milan offices were searched by the tax police, reportedly over whether a Bermuda subsidiary of the bank helped wealthy Italians hide undeclared funds.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse Raided, Client Assets Seized in Probe (Correct)
"The international reach of this investigation sends a clear message that there is no hiding place for those seeking to evade tax," the U.K. authority said in its statement.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse taken by surprise in five-nation tax probe
Criminal investigations are also underway in France, Germany, the UK and Australia, and the roles of bank employees are part of the inquiries.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse taken by surprise in five-nation tax probe
Criminal investigations are also underway in France, Germany, the UK and Australia, and the roles of bank employees are part of the inquiries.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse apparent target of massive tax fraud probe
Dutch prosecutors said dozens of people who allegedly concealed millions of euros were being probed for tax fraud and money laundering and that records were seized on Thursday from "a Swiss bank" which they did not name.

April 3, 2017 - Credit Suisse takes out UK newspaper ads after office raids in tax case
Zurich-based Credit Suisse was pulled into an international tax evasion and money laundering investigation on Thursday when coordinated searches were carried out on its London, Paris and Amsterdam offices.

Feb 23, 2017 - Credit Suisse’s Israeli Desk in New Tax Evasion Probe, Report Says
The investigation focuses on the bank’s Israeli desk, which has hundreds of clients. According to the report, an investigation of a dual Israeli-American citizen living in Israel by the U.S. Justice Department in July 2014 disclosed that he had assets in a Credit Suisse account that he had not reported.

Feb 17, 2017 - Swiss banks face withdrawals due to tax clampdown
Wealthy clients in 2016 pulled out almost US$30 billion of untaxed assets from three of the world's biggest private banks, UBS, Credit Suisse and Julius Baer, taking advantage of government programmes letting them pay tax on undeclared money.

January 23, 2017 - Treasury Nominee Mnuchin Supports Strong Dollar, Calling China Manipulator, Raising Debt Ceiling
“The IRS should hire more people,” Mnuchin said. He also vowed to close loopholes surrounding offshore entities, particularly those employed by hedge funds to shield profits from income tax. “It would be one of my great priorities. I hope that is at least a bi-partisan issue that we all can agree on,” Mnuchin said.

January 19, 2017 - Southern California Residents Plead Guilty to Hiding Millions of Dollars in Secret Foreign Bank Accounts
“The days of being able to safely hide income and assets offshore and evade U.S. tax have come to an end,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Ciraolo. “The United States and foreign jurisdictions are sharing information and working together to ensure that citizens around the world are paying their fair share. The guilty pleas entered today are yet another example of what awaits U.S. taxpayers who continue to flout the law.”

January 19, 2017 - Credit Suisse to pay out $5.28bn settlement to US
As the hour of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration approaches on Friday, the administration of President Barack Obama has hurriedly cleared a backlog of corporate and other settlements.

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