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August 5, 2019

Posted  August 5, 2019

Swiss private bank LLB Verwaltung (Switzerland) AG will pay a $10.6 million penalty to resolve allegations that the bank and some of its management employees conspired with a Swiss asset manager and U.S. clients to conceal assets and income from the IRS. The Swiss asset manager provided prospective customers with a sales letter — the bank also had a copy — pitching his ability to conceal a client’s assets and income from taxing authorities through the use of multiple layers of sham offshore entities and nominee directors in favorable countries or regions. LLB-Switzerland at one time had approximately 100 U.S. clients holding nearly $200 million in assets.  DOJ

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