(Bloomberg) Rahn & Bodmer Co., the Swiss private bank established by silk traders in 1750, said it’s cooperating with a U.S. Department of Justice probe into cross-border accounts of American clients.

The bank was probably named by its own clients participating in a U.S. initiative for the voluntary disclosure of offshore assets, according to Christian Rahn, a partner at the closely held firm, which is based in Zurich.

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