Ex-Swiss Banker To Face Music For Tax Evasion Scheme

Law360, Los Angeles (November 15, 2016, 9:27 PM EST) -- After three years as a fugitive, a former Swiss banker has pled not guilty in New York federal court to a criminal charge of helping U.S. taxpayers hide millions in undeclared income in offshore bank accounts, his attorney said Tuesday.

Stefan Buck, the former head of private banking at now-defunct Bank Frey & Co. AG, pled not guilty on Nov. 9 to a single charge of conspiring with U.S. taxpayer-clients and others to hide millions of dollars from the Internal Revenue Service, court records indicated. Buck posted a $100,000 bond and was released on the condition that he not travel outside...

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