Rahn & Bodmer Retiree Said to Be Banker in U.S. Tax Case
by Bob Van Voris, Bloomberg.com
A Swiss banker who worked for Rahn & Bodmer Banquiers was charged with conspiring to hide assets of U.S. taxpayers in offshore accounts.
Martin Dunki, 66, a former client adviser and senior vice president at the Zurich-based private bank, was indicted on a single conspiracy count in Manhattan federal court.
He’s charged with helping U.S. residents hide hundreds of millions of dollars from the Internal Revenue Service.
The case is U.S. v. Dunki, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan).
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