Tax transparency applied to all is Odier message from Swiss banks
16 December 2014
Defending the interests of the Swiss banking industry has not been the easiest challenge in recent years, particularly when it comes to tax. The role has fallen for the last five years to Patrick Odier, chairman of the Swiss Bankers’ Association (SBA), which has 317 institutional members and about 18,500 individual members. He talks to Ralph Cunningham of International Tax Review about some of the group’s objectives for 2014 and what it hopes to achieve next year.
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