Swiss banking secrecy laws ‘not doomed yet’
By Tom Carnegie, 12 Jun 18
Plans to scrap a class of anonymous shares in Switzerland have been met with fierce opposition and will likely not be passed into law, as three out of four of the nation’s major political parties have criticised the idea.
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