Julius Baer to Pay $547 Million Under Guilty Plea in U.S. Tax Case

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Julius Baer to Pay $547 Million Under Guilty Plea in U.S. Tax Case


Swiss bank Julius Baer Group AG on Thursday admitted to helping U.S. taxpayers hide billions of dollars in offshore accounts and agreed to pay $547 million.

Separately, two of the bank’s former client advisers—Daniela Casadei and Fabio Frazezetto—pleaded guilty to conspiring to help clients evade taxes in the U.S. The Swiss residents, initially…

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Julius Baer Admits to U.S. Tax Fraud, to Pay $547 Million


Julius Baer was one of about a dozen banks put under criminal investigation for tax evasion by American clients; Credit Suisse and UBS paid fines of $2.6 billion and $780 million to settle their respective investigations; Banks still under investigation include the Swiss unit of HSBC, Europe’s biggest lender.

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Switzerland’s third-largest wealth manager, Julius Baer Group Ltd., agreed to pay $547 million to avoid U.S. prosecution and admitted it helped American clients hide billions of dollars in assets from tax authorities while coaching its bankers on how to avoid detection.

The bank made detailed admissions of wrongdoing and prosecutors agreed to drop a conspiracy charge in three years if the bank abides by the terms of the deal filed Thursday in federal court in Manhattan.

Two of its client advisers, Daniela Casadei and Fabio Frazzetto, who were charged in 2011, also pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges. They each face a maximum sentence of five years in prison, and will be sentenced in August.

Julius Baer admitted conspiring with US taxpayer clients, since the 1990s, to hide up to $4.7 billion in assets from the IRS. It settled under a deferred prosecution agreement, which means the company is charged with a crime that is later dismissed if it makes a payment, complies with certain conditions, and makes a detailed statement of facts about its wrongdoing.

The IRS statement said that in furtherance of the scheme to help U.S. taxpayers hide assets from the IRS and evade taxes, Julius Baer undertook, among other actions, the following:

  • Entering into “code word agreements” with U.S. taxpayer-clients under which Julius Baer agreed not to identify the U.S. taxpayers by name within the bank or on bank documents, but rather to identify the U.S. taxpayers by code name or number, in order to reduce the risk that U.S. tax authorities would learn the identities of the U.S. taxpayers.
  • Opening and maintaining accounts for many U.S. taxpayer-clients held in the name of non-U.S. corporations, foundations, trusts, or other legal entities or non-U.S. relatives, thereby helping such U.S. taxpayers conceal their beneficial ownership of the accounts.

As part of the settlement, the bank admitted that it gave its bankers a memo called “U.S. Clients Do’s and Don’ts” to coach them on how to avoid suspicion when they came to visit American clients with assets not declared to the IRS.

“When filling out the entry form . . . say that you are in Banking (never lie) but if and when asked in which field, respond “EDP Dept.” “Investment Banking” or “Lending,” but certainly not Private Banking,” the memo read.

It went on: “When asked by Officer what you will do while in the USA, say Business and of course some leisure, trying to take some time to enjoy your beautiful country. Proud government employees usually love this type of statement. One can throw in skydiving or another fun sport/activity . . . (carrying a tennis racket also puts the emphasis on “fun and games,” and not on business).”

“Bank Julius Baer not only turned a blind eye to tax avoiders, but actually conspired with them to break the law,” said Manhattan US attorney Preet Bharara in a statement. “Together with our partners at the IRS, we will continue to prosecute financial institutions and individuals who facilitate tax evasion.”

Julius Baer was one of about a dozen banks put under criminal investigation by the DoJ in 2011 for tax evasion by American clients. Credit Suisse and UBS paid fines of $2.6 billion and $780 million to settle their respective investigations.

Many smaller, Swiss banks have avoided prosecution by voluntarily disclosing their wrongdoing as part of a separate DoJ programme, where total penalties stand at about $1.4 billion.

Banks still under investigation by the DoJ include the Swiss unit of HSBC, Europe’s biggest lender.

At its high-water mark in 2007, Julius Baer had approximately $4.7 billion in assets under management relating to approximately 2,589 undeclared accounts held by U.S. taxpayer-clients.  From 2001 through 2011, Julius Baer earned approximately $87 million in profit on approximately $219 million gross revenues from its undeclared U.S. taxpayer accounts, including accounts held through structures.

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Julius Baer to Pay $547 Million for Helping U.S. Tax Cheats


Julius Baer Group Ltd. agreed to pay $547 million to avoid U.S. prosecution and admitted it helped American clients hide billions of dollars in assets from tax authorities while coaching its bankers on how to avoid detection.

Switzerland’s third-largest lender made detailed admissions of wrongdoing and prosecutors agreed to drop a conspiracy charge in three years if the bank abides by the terms of the deal filed Thursday in federal court in Manhattan. Two of its client advisers, Daniela Casadei and Fabio Frazzetto, also pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.

As part of the accord, Julius Baer admitted that it conspired since the 1990s to help clients cheat the Internal Revenue Service. It said it gave its bankers a memo called “U.S. Clients Do’s and Don’ts” to coach them on how to avoid scrutiny when they came to visit American clients with assets not declared to the IRS.

“When asked by officer what will you do while in the USA, say business and of course some leisure, trying to take some time to enjoy your beautiful country,” according a statement of facts by the bank. “Proud government employees usually love this type of statement. One can throw in skydiving or another fun sport/activity.”

Bankers were told to only use mobile phones registered in Switzerland and avoid using hotel phones when speaking with clients. They were also advised to buy telephone calling cards and use them when calling abroad, which would allow use of “practically any phone with no specific link left behind.”

Julius Baer follows larger Swiss rivals UBS Group AG and Credit Suisse Group AG in resolving U.S. tax probes. UBS did so by agreeing in 2009 to pay $780 million, while Credit Suisse reached a $2.6 billion deal in 2014.

Undeclared AccountsAs the UBS investigation intensified, Julius Baer opened 247 undeclared accounts from that bank in 2008, with one executive calling it “a big opportunity for us hopefully,” according to the agreement.

The bank, which once held $4.7 billion in U.S. assets, made $219 million in revenue and $87 million in profit on undeclared accounts from 2001 through 2011, according to U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.

“Julius Baer not only turned a blind eye to tax avoiders, but actually conspired with them to break the law,” Bharara said in a statement.

Casadei, a 52-year-old Swiss citizen, and Frazzetto, a 42-year-old citizen of Italy and Switzerland, were indicted together in 2011 and made their first appearance in U.S. court this week. They each pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge.

“While I was convinced I was acting in accordance with Swiss law, I agreed to assist these U.S. clients,” Frazzetto said.

Casadei said she “agreed with these U.S. taxpayers to help them commit these crimes.”

Swiss NegotiationsIn late 2009, Julius Baer decided to approach U.S. authorities proactively and report their activities, but Swiss regulators requested that it not do so “in order not to prejudice the Swiss government in any bilateral negotiations with the U.S. government on tax-related matters,” according to the pact.

When it finally approached U.S. authorities, the bank took “exemplary actions” to come clean, including conducting a “swift and robust internal investigation” and giving the U.S. government a “continuous flow of unvarnished facts,” according to Bharara.

The plea agreement calculated an $81 million penalty, which was an 85 percent reduction of the bank’s possible payment. The rest of the payments are considered restitution and forfeiture.

“Being able to close this regrettable legacy issue is an important milestonefor Julius Baer,” Chief Executive Officer Boris Collardi said in a statement. “The settlement ends a long period of uncertainty for us and all our stakeholders. This resolution allows us now to again fully focus on the future and our business activities.”

Frazzetto’s attorney, David B. Weinstein, said his client accepted responsibility and has worked with the Justice Department and IRS to “put this chapter behind him.”

“He looks forward to returning home to his family and friends who have supported him throughout this process,” said Weinstein of Greenberg Traurig LLP.

Frazzetto and Casadei may face prison sentences of as long as five years. Prosecutors have said they will recommend lesser sentences for the two based on their cooperation.

Other SettlementsA dozen or so Swiss banks, such as Pictet & Cie. Group SCA and the Swiss unit of HSBC Holdings Plc, are still waiting to end criminal tax investigations by the U.S.

Another 80 Swiss banks avoided prosecution in the past year by agreeing to pay $1.37 billion in penalties and voluntarily disclosing their wrongdoing as part of a Justice Department program. BSI SA agreed to pay $211 million while Union Bancaire Privee settled for $188 million.

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Retour sur les phases finales du Championnat du monde de hockey sur glace 2015 / Back on the 2015 IIHF ice hockey Worlds final games

Canada regain the throne | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada celebrate lifting the IIHF World Championship trophy after a thoroughly deserved 6-1 win over Russia in the final.

The big Final game : Canada super six stuns Russia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada were crowned World Champions in the most emphatic manner as they swept old rivals Russia away 6-1 in the final to regain the title after eight years.

3rd place game : USA seize bronze over Czechs | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA earned a bronze medal in a 3-0 win against hosts Czech Republic built on a two-goal blast in the first period where Nick Bonino and Trevor Lewis were on target before Charlie Coyle wrapped it up in the third.

Semi-final 2 : Russia roll past USA | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Russia proved too strong with a four-goal blitz in the third period to see off a spirited USA challenge for the defending champions to set up a Final showdown with Canada.

Semi-final 1 : Canada claim final over Czechs | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Goals from Taylor Hall and Jason Spezza were enough for a composed Canada to overcome hosts Czech Republic 2-0 to reach their first gold-medal game since 2009 on the back of an impressive 60 goals overall.

Quarterfinal 4 : Jagr scores twice to finish off Finns | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Jaromir Jagr’s third period goal along with another from Vladimir Sobotka took Czech Republic past Finland 5-3 in a pulsating semi-final in Prague which saw both sides go toe-to-toe to the very end.

Quarterfinal 3 : Russia squeeze out Sweden | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Last year’s semi-final repeat saw Russia hold back Sweden for a 5-3 win after going three goals ahead before the Swedes drew level only for Yevgeni Malkin and Vladimir Tarasenko to seal it in the third period.

Quarterfinal 2 : Canada blast Belarus for nine | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada ran out 9-0 winners over Belarus to cruise to a first semi-finals since 2009, with a four-goal run in the first quarter starting the goal-rush which did not let up as Tyler Seguin bagged a hat-trick.

Quarterfinal 1 : USA sink Swiss to book Semis | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA came from a goal down to defeat Switzerland 3-1, with two goals in a minute midway through the second period to continue their march to the semi-finals.

ONU discours des principaux chefs d’état ou ministres 1ère Partie / UN speeches of main heads of state or ministers 1st Part

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67ème Assemblée générale de l’ONU (Organisation des Nations Unis) à New York du 25 septembre au 1er octobre 2012. Je vais mettre en tout 129 discours des principaux chefs d’état ou ministres ou membres de l’ONU dans le monde en 4 articles. Les discours sont soit en anglais ou traduis en anglais. Je les mettrai dans l’ordre d’apparition sauf pour la France.

Voici les pays ou territoires dans l’ordre : France, Vuk Jeremic (Ouverture), Ban Ki-Moon, Etats-Unis d’Amérique, Serbie, Finlande, Brésil, Chypre, Lituanie, Honduras, Bulgarie, Quatar, Indonésie, Géorgie, Espagne, Afghanistan, Nigéria, Slovaquie, République Tchèque, Suisse, Pakistan, Hongrie, République Démocratique du Congo (RDC), Jordanie, Argentine, Sénégal, Panama, Afrique du Sud, Libéria, Ukraine, Luxembourg, Ghana, Kenya, Italie, Australie, Conseil Européen, Egypte, Pologne, Mexique, Japon, Royaume-Uni, République Centrafricaine, Cameroun, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Belgique, Roumanie, Colombie, Haïti, Bolivie, Lettonie, Madagascar, Guatemala, Estonie, Slovénie, Palestine, Israël, Jamaïque, Mongolie, Myanmar, Comores, Tunisie, Seychelles, Libye, Irak, Sud Soudan, Liban, Albanie, Paraguay, Maldives, Etats Fédérés de Micronésie, Thaïlande, Pérou, Bahreïn, Somalie, Norvège, Chine, Grèce, Tonga, Samoa, Allemagne, Saint-Marin, Malte, Pays-Bas, Chili, Turquie, Croatie, Ethiopie, Maroc, République d’Irlande, Autriche, Nicaragua, Fédération de Russie, Corée du Sud, Arabie Saoudite, Suède, Emirats Arabes Unis, Monaco, Ouzbékistan, Azerbaïdjan, Fiji, Andorre, Islande, Kazakhstan, Algérie, Malaisie, Nouvelle-Zélande, Les Bahamas, Liechtenstein, Uruguay, Soudan, Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée, Canada, Arménie, Cuba, Inde, Ile Maurice, Costa Rica, Angola, Philippines, Biélorussie, Saint-Siège ou Vatican, Corée du Nord, Equateur, Vietnam, Danemark, Portugal, Vénezuela et Vuk Jeremic (clôture) président de la 67ème Assemblée générale de l’ONU.
J’espère que cela vous intéressera si vous comprenez un peu l’anglais.

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67th UN (United Nations) General Assembly in New York from September 25th to October 1st, 2012. I’ll put 129 major speeches of main heads of state or ministers or UN members around the world in 4 articles. The speeches are either in English or translated in English.
I’ll put them in order of appearance except for France.

Here are the countries or territories in order : France, Vuk Jeremic (Opening), Ban Ki-Moon, United States of America, Serbia, Finland, Brazil, Cyprus, Lithuania, Honduras, Bulgaria, Qatar, Indonesia, Georgia, Spain, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Pakistan, Hungary, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Jordan, Argentina, Senegal , Panama, South Africa, Liberia, Ukraine, Luxembourg, Ghana, Kenya, Italy, Australia, The European Council, Egypt, Poland, Mexico, Japan, United Kingdom, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Belgium, Romania, Colombia, Haiti, Bolivia, Latvia, Madagascar, Guatemala, Estonia, Slovenia, Palestine, Israel , Jamaica, Mongolia, Myanmar, The Comoros, Tunisia, Seychelles, Libya, Iraq, South Sudan, Lebanon, Albania, Paraguay, Maldives, Federated States of Micronesia, Thailand, Peru, Bahrain, Somalia, Norway, China, Greece, Tonga, Samoa, Germany, San Marino, Malta, The Netherlands, Chile, Turkey, Croatia, Ethiopia, Morocco, Republic of Ireland, Austria, Nicaragua, Russia, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, Monaco, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Fiji, Andorra, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Algeria, Malaysia, New Zealand, The Bahamas, Liechtenstein, Uruguay, Sudan, Papua New Guinea, Canada, Armenia, Cuba, India, Mauritius, Costa Rica, Angola, Philippines, Belarus, The Holy See or The Vatican, North Korea, Ecuador, Vietnam, Denmark, Portugal, Venezuela and Vuk Jeremic (closing) President of the 67th General Assembly of the UN.
I hope it will interest you if you understand a little English.

France : François Hollande (Président de la République française, French President) discours en français, speech in French

France : François Hollande (Président de la République française, French President) discours traduit en anglais, speech translated in English

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Le Président de la 67ème Assemblée générale de l’ONU, VUK JEREMIĆ, de la Serbie pour l’ouverture / The President of the 67th UN General Assembly, VUK JEREMIĆ of Serbia for the Opening

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Ban Ki-Moon secrétaire général de l’ONU / United Nations Secretary-General BAN KI-MOON

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Etats-Unis d’Amérique : Barack Obama président des Etats-Unis d’Amérique / BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States

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Serbie : Tomislav Nikolic président de la Serbie / TOMISLAV NIKOLIĆ, President of Serbia

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Finlande : SAULI NIINISTÖ, Président de la Finlande / SAULI NIINISTÖ, President of Finland

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Brésil : Dilma Rousseff présidente du Brésil / DILMA ROUSSEFF, President of Brazil

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Chypre : DEMETRIS CHRISTOFIAS, Président de Chypre / DEMETRIS CHRISTOFIAS, President of Cyprus

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Lituanie : DALIA GRYBAUSKAITĖ, Présidente de la Lituanie / DALIA GRYBAUSKAITĖ, President of Lithuania

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Honduras : PORFIRIO LOBO SOSA président du Honduras / PORFIRIO LOBO SOSA, President of Honduras

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Bulgarie : ROSSEN PLEVNELIEV, Président de la Bulgarie / ROSSEN PLEVNELIEV, President of Bulgaria

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Quatar : SHEIKH HAMAD BIN KHALIFA AL-THANI, émir du Qatar / SHEIKH HAMAD BIN KHALIFA AL-THANI, Amir of Qatar

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Indonésie : SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO, président de l’Indonésie / SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO, President of Indonesia

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Géorgie : MIKHAIL SAAKASHVILI, Président de la Géorgie / MIKHEIL SAAKASHVILI, President of Georgia

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Espagne : MARIANO RAJOY BREY, premier ministre espagnol / MARIANO RAJOY BREY, Prime Minister of Spain

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Afghanistan : HAMID KARZAI, Président afghan / HAMID KARZAI, President of Afghanistan

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Nigéria : GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, Président du Nigéria / GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, President of Nigeria

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Slovaquie : IVAN GAŠPAROVIČ, Président de la Slovaquie / IVAN GAŠPAROVIČ, President of Slovakia

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République Tchèque : VÁCLAV KLAUS, Président of the Czech Republic / VÁCLAV KLAUS, President of the Czech Republic

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Suisse : EVELINE WIDMER-SCHLUMPF, Présidente de la confédération suisse / EVELINE WIDMER-SCHLUMPF, President of the Swiss Confederation

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Pakistan : ASIF ALI ZARDARI, Président du Pakistan / ASIF ALI ZARDARI, President of Pakistan

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Hongrie : JÁNOS ÁDER, Président de la Hongrie / JÁNOS ÁDER, President of Hungary

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République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) : JOSEPH KABILA KABANGE, Président de la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) / JOSEPH KABILA KABANGE, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

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Jordanie : Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein, Roi de Jordanie / Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein, King of Jordan

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Argentine : CRISTINA FERNÁNDEZ KIRCHNER, Présidente de l’Argentine / CRISTINA FERNÁNDEZ KIRCHNER, President of Argentina

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Sénégal : MACKY SALL, Président du Sénégal / MACKY SALL, President of Senegal

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Panama : RICARDO MARTINELLI BERROCAL, Président du Panama / RICARDO MARTINELLI BERROCAL, President of Panama

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Afrique du Sud : JACOB ZUMA, Président d’Afrique du Sud / JACOB ZUMA, President of South Africa

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