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Submit proof to freeze Verma account, Liechtenstein tells ED

The Times of India 22 May 2015
In a major setback for the Narendra Modi government, Liechtenstein authorities have refused to share the details of foreign bank account being sought by Indian investigators in connection with a case involving arms dealer Abhishek Verma ... This is the second time that Liechtenstein authorities have refused to share the details with Indian agencies.
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Noventa Limited ("Noventa" or the "Company") - Placing of Convertible Preference Shares to raise $11.4 million

Canada Newswire 21 Mar 2011
HAV is owned by a trust whose trustee is Fleming Family & Partners Liechtenstein and Mr ... Fleming Family & Partners Liechtenstein has a total interest, including through HAV, in 4,460,156 Ordinary Shares (17.36% of the Company's issued ordinary share capital).
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Four board members resign in UBS shake-up

The Guardian 01 Jul 2008
UBS said it was co-operating fully with the US authorities, a view echoed by justice department tax lawyers investigating tax evasion on a grand scale which came to light earlier this year through rich Germans using secret Liechtenstein trust accounts. But UBS shares, which ...
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Offshore havens face fresh probe

The Times 09 Mar 2008
Germany is lobbying the EU to extend the 2005 savings tax directive – which forced tax authorities to reveal information about those who earned savings income in offshore bank accounts – in the wake of a dispute with Liechtenstein over anonymous trust holdings ... even trusts.
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Capturing the Big Beast

The Guardian 30 Oct 2005
Allesch-Taylor's recent effort to unmask the ownership of Savoy shares in some portfolios came unstuck when it became apparent that beneficial ownership was held by some secretive Liechtenstein trusts ... of Pokershare.com, a company that offers to share its winnings with affiliates.
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Swiss cheese

Sydney Morning Herald 05 Mar 2004
... which the Financial Review later identified to be Scottish trusts ... You have an entity, and the shares in that entity are held by a lawyer 100 per cent, and his client is a trust in Liechtenstein, or Guernsey or Jersey, and then the trust has a bank account in Switzerland.
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Bank scandal shakes Spanish government -

CNN 01 Jun 2002
... Regulators say the shady dealing began in 1987 when the bank's branch on the English Channel island of Jersey, BBV Privanza, started setting up trusts in Jersey and Liechtenstein. Meant to finance share repurchases aimed at warding off foreign predators, they grew with stock-trade profits and were used to less honorable ends ... Working like a U.S ... (). .
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Bank Scandal Shakes Spain

Newsday 31 May 2002
According to regulators, the shady dealing began in 1987 when the bank's Jersey branch, BBV Privanza, started setting up trusts in Jersey and Liechtenstein. Initially, they were meant to finance share repurchases aimed at warding off foreign predators, but they grew with profits from stock trades and were used to less honorable ends ... * ____ ... .
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Bank scandal shakes government, sends shock waves through Spanish boardrooms

Michigan Live 31 May 2002
According to regulators, the shady dealing began in 1987 when the bank's Jersey branch, BBV Privanza, started setting up trusts in Jersey and Liechtenstein. Initially, they were meant to finance share repurchases aimed at warding off foreign predators, but they grew with profits from stock trades and were used to less honorable ends ... ---------- ... .
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US targets Bin Laden's money men

The Guardian 08 Nov 2001
Police also carried out raids in Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Italy ... In Liechtenstein the offices of Erwin Wachter, owner of a trust company, were also searched. Assat Trust, which is on the list, shares the same address as Wachter's company ... The process is based on trust.
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Who's Suing Whom - Pythons fight bank for rights to 'Life of Brian'

The Independent 12 Apr 1999
By John Willcock ... Mark Spragg, of Jeffrey Green Russell, the UK solicitor representing Mr Botnar's estate, says the current case centres on two trusts which Mr Botnar set up in 1974 to handle his shareholding in Nissan UK. He placed his shares in a charitable trust, and the dividends from these were paid into a second trust in Liechtenstein ... .
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