The Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service have accused a senior executive at UBS of helping U.S. taxpayers evade income taxes on approximately $20 billion in assets.
Raoul Weil, who oversaw the Swiss bank's cross-border private banking business, has been charged with conspiring with other executives, managers, private bankers and clients of the firm to defraud the U.S. government.
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