U.S. secures first FATCA conviction as extradited banker pleads guilty

United States prosecutors registered their first-ever successful prosecution under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, after the former chief executive  and chief business officer of a St Vincent and the Grenadines-based bank pleaded guilty to "conspiring to defraud the United States by failing to comply" with the legislation. 

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'Dangerous liaisons': Foreign assets and their U.S. taxpayer nominees

'Dangerous liaisons': Foreign assets and their U.S. taxpayer nominees

For various reasons, people, including those with U.S. tax obligations,  have long taken advantage of the option to use so-called "nominees" to hold legal title to some of their non-U.S...

Dec-05-2019