by Beenish Ahmed & Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 8, 2016
Although authorities don’t yet have all the information about the attacks which took place in at least three European countries, the news is already being used to justify attacks on entire groups of people.
by Alan Pyke Dec 1, 2015
The man who exposed some of the darkest secrets of the Swiss banking world would spend five years behind bars if he ever returns.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Aug 22, 2014
There's been a sharp rise in so-called "suicide tourists" taking advantage of Switzerland's doctor-assisted suicide policy.
by Jeff Spross Jul 14, 2014
“Green bonds are a great example of an investment that allows us to have a positive impact on society and the environment, while meeting our financial criteria,” Zurich's Chief Investment Officer Cecilia Reyes said.
by Alan Pyke May 20, 2014
The Swiss banking giant's guilty plea is making headlines, but what signal does it send to the broader industry?
by Alan Pyke Apr 7, 2014
After helping Americans dodge the tax man for years, Credit Suisse is now cooperating with prosecutors and may have to plead guilty to criminal charges.
by Alan Pyke Feb 26, 2014
A years-long investigation details how just one Swiss bank went about recruiting tax dodgers and how American officials risk letting them off the hook.
by Alan Pyke Jan 9, 2014
One Swiss bank helped 400 rich Americans hide $600 million from the IRS. That's likely just the beginning of a long 2014 for tax dodgers.
by Alan Pyke Nov 8, 2013
Could a Swiss referendum in two weeks help redefine the policy debate around CEO pay worldwide?
by Alan Pyke Aug 30, 2013
Banks that resist tax evasion probes will face hefty fines.