(Bloomberg) Raoul Weil, the former head of UBS AG’s global wealth management business accused of conspiring to help Americans evade taxes, may help U.S. prosecutors rather than go to trial, according to lawyers following the case.

Weil, 54, is set to make an initial appearance today in federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he was indicted in October 2008 and later declared a fugitive. His lawyer has said he is innocent. Weil hasn’t entered a plea in the case.

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