Authorities indicted a former UBS banker on charges of helping a real estate billionaire and other clients avoid taxes.
Bradley Birkenfeld, a former director of UBS's wealth management division, along with associate Mario Staggl, owner of New Haven Trust in Liechtenstein, are accused of helping real estate magnate Igor Olenicoff set up a group of secret bank accounts to avoid paying taxes on $200 million of assets.
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