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Swiss Bank Wegelin to Pay $58M for Conspiring to Evade Taxes

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Switzerland’s oldest bank, Wegelin & Co., has been sentenced and ordered to pay the U.S. government approximately $58 million for conspiring with its U.S. clients and others to evade income taxes in the first-ever such sentence for a foreign bank.

Preet Bharara

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