Investigation Into Swiss Banks: Who is at Risk of Civil and Criminal Liability?

The investigation into Swiss  banks by the U. S. authorities has led to multiple indictments, arrests and/or convictions of people with varying roles, including bankers, and professional advisors. The situation is so dire that Swiss bankers are suing their own employers for providing their information to the U. S. authorities and thereby making them possible targets of criminal prosecution. The Governments of the UK, Germany and other major countries are also conducting their own investigations.

This session will look at who is at risk of civil and/or criminal liabilities as a result of the investigations and will also discuss the legal admissibility of stolen bank data.

Douglas Hornung

Douglas Hornung

Principal, Hornung Avocats (Switzerland)
Reto Boehi

Reto Bӧhi

Partner, Eversheds (Switzerland)
Michael Parets

Michael Parets

Partner, Withers (Switzerland)

Additional Information

Date & Time
  • November 27, 2012 from 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

Target Audience

  • Offshore Clients
  • Offshore Providers


  • Investigation and Intelligence
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26 - 27 November 2012 | The May Fair Hotel | London 

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