The Justice Department cracked open Switzerland’s centuries-old custom of banking secrecy when it forced UBS AG to disclose the names of secret U.S. account holders on top of fining it $780 million.
But the Justice Department is hardly done with financial behemoth UBS or other major Swiss banks for hiding the assets of wealthy Americans from the Internal Revenue Service.
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