May 26, 2015 - Switzerland publishes names of foreign tax evaders – reports
Switzerland has reportedly published the names of foreigners wanted for tax frauds after requests from Russia, France, Germany, India and other countries. This may mark the end of Swiss bank privacy tradition, dating back to the 1930s.
April 28, 2015 - French far-right chief Le Pen hid 2.2 million euros in Swiss account, report
Le Pen's bank account with the HSBC bank's Swiss arm contained 2.2 million euros, 1.7 million of them in gold bars and coins, according to investigative website Mediapart.
April 15, 2015 - U.S. Targets Tax Evaders In Asia with HK Investigators
The U.S. consulate confirmed that two investigators are currently stationed in Hong Kong.
April 14, 2015 - Ricci heiress convicted of tax fraud
Arlette Ricci, 73, was sentenced to a year in prison and ordered to pay a €1 million (£720,000;$1.1m) fine.
March 24, 2015 - Hartnett ‘surprised’ at single conviction from HSBC data
CONTROVERSIAL former HM Revenue & Customs permanent secretary Dave Hartnett admitted his "surprise" that only one successful prosecution has resulted from the data leaked from HSBC in 2008 in the last Public Accounts Committee of the current parliament.
March 18, 2015 - HSBC may shut Jersey accounts of UK residents
HSBC is contacting thousands of holders of Jersey accounts who live in the UK as part of efforts to avoid accusations it is helping to shelter money from tax authorities.
March 18, 2015 - HSBC Closing Down A/Cs in Jersey for Non-Residents
HSBC has written to customers living in the UK who hold accounts in Jersey, asking them to take proof of identity to a branch on the island, or risk having their accounts closed, The Guardian reported today.
March 11, 2015 - Argentina wants HSBC to repatriate $3.5 bln in offshore funds
The South American country last November charged HSBC with helping more than 4,000 clients evade taxes by stashing their money in secret Swiss bank accounts. HSBC Argentina rejected the charge, saying it respected Argentine law.
March 2, 2015 - HSBC Offshore Tax-Evading Scandal Widening
Former financial regulator Bill Black details emerging revelations about HSBC bank's tax-evading practices and lack of accountability from European governments who were aware of the practice - March 1, 2015
February 23, 2015 - The Rich Hide an Estimated 21 Trillion in Offshore Accounts
James Henry, author of "Pirate Bankers," says Swiss Banks like HSBC, Credit Suisse, and UBS facilitate offshore accounts and buy millions of dollars worth of influence in Washington - February 22, 2015
February 23, 2015 - HSBC 'deeply regrets' tax scandal; plans asset disposal as full-year profits fall
In its full-year results, released today, HSBC reported pre-tax profit was 17% lower last year at $18.7bn (£12.1bn), compared with $22.6bn in 2013.
February 23, 2015 - Snooping traders ‘forced’ HSBC chief to open offshore account
HSBC’s chief executive has said it was the ability of traders at the bank who were routinely able to spy on the bank accounts of fellow employees that forced him to set up a secret offshore stash for his bonuses from the lender.
February 23, 2015 - HMRC and HSBC bosses to face Treasury Select Committee
The bank's group chairman Douglas Flint will appear alongside HMRC chief executive Lin Homer, permanent secretary Edward Troup and tax assurance commissioner Jennie Grainger will appear before the committee this week.
February 23, 2015 - HSBC CEO used offshore accounts to hide bonus payments from colleagues
That’s the question for HSBC Holdings Plc HBC after weekend disclosures that its current boss, Stuart Gulliver, stashed away millions in an anonymous account in Panama in the past, while he was running the company’s operations in Asia.
February 18, 2015 - Swiss police raid HSBC's Geneva office
Swiss prosecutors have searched offices of the Geneva subsidiary of HSBC bank in an inquiry into alleged money-laundering.