The criminal trial of Raoul Weil, the highest-ranking official to be charged by the U.S. in an offshore tax evasion case, began this week. Weil, the former head of UBS AG global wealth management, was indicted in 2008 for helping 17,000 U.S. taxpayers hide $20 billion from the Internal Revenue Service.
The case is U.S. v. Weil, 08-cr-60322, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida (Fort Lauderdale).
are following this story for Bloomberg. Here are some of their recent articles:
- Ex-UBS Executive Weil Acquitted of U.S. Tax Conspiracy
- Ex-UBS Banker Liechti Testifies He Was Weil’s Friend
- Ex-UBS Banker Called Accounts ‘Toxic Waste,’ Jury Told
- Ex-UBS Banker Weil Knew Nothing of Tax Plot, Jurors Told
- Ex-UBS Banker Gives Florida Jury a Primer on Bank Secrecy
- Ex-UBS Banker Tax Trial Rides on Underling’s Credibility