Ex-HSBC Exec Cops To Helping Clients Hide €1.6B

By Christopher Crosby · August 8, 2019, 9:25 PM BST

The former head of HSBC's Swiss private banking arm pled guilty to hiding more than €1.6 billion ($1.79 billion) in assets for clients to evade European tax authorities, French prosecutors said Thursday. ...

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