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Are too many Swiss banks using the US DoJ self-reporting programme?

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) self-reporting programme for Swiss banks, which was launched in 2013, offers banks the chance to bring US taxpayers’ undeclared assets into the open in return for immunity from prosecution.

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