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Buzz HSBC November 9, 2012

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Britain's biggest bank is being investigated by HMRC after they were handed a list of every person HSBC has helped place money on the Channel Island.


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  • Reuters UK

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - Alaska will collect $255 million (159.6 million pounds) related to BP Plc's pipeline leaks and a resulting shutdown in 2006 in the Prudhoe Bay oilfield, the state's Department of Law said on Thursday. Related Stories France's Credit Agricole hopes Emporiki is darkness before dawn Asian shares fall on U.S. fiscal worries, European uncertainty HMRC probing HSBC Jersey...


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  • Reuters UK

    LONDON (Reuters) - HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are examining details of more than 4,000 British clients of HSBC in Jersey after a whistle-blower handed them a list of names, addresses and account balances this week, the Daily Telegraph reported in its Friday edition. Related Stories France's Credit Agricole hopes Emporiki is darkness before dawn Asian shares fall on U.S. fiscal worries,...


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  • Reuters UK

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares fell further on Friday, weighed down by worries over the risk of a recession in the world's largest economy as the United States faces a looming fiscal crisis, while Europe still awaits a bailout for Greece, keeping investor risk appetite subdued. Related Stories France's Credit Agricole hopes Emporiki is darkness before dawn HMRC probing HSBC Jersey accounts -...


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  • Reuters UK

    PARIS (Reuters) - Credit Agricole is expected to report a steep quarterly loss on Friday after paying heavily to make a definitive exit from Greece by selling Emporiki Bank. Related Stories Asian shares fall on U.S. fiscal worries, European uncertainty HMRC probing HSBC Jersey accounts - report Spain's Popular to unveil 2.5-billion-euro share issue's terms Saturday Alaska to collect $255 million...


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  • Moneycontrol Top Headlines

    HSBC-JERSEY-LIST:UK taxman probing HSBC Jersey accounts - report


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  • Telegraph Blogs - Toby Harnden

    The world is getting smaller and much less safe for tax evaders, as demonstrated by today’s disclosure that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is investigating offshore accounts opened in Jersey by serious criminals. Britain’s biggest bank, HSBC, finds itself sweating in the spotlight again – just a few months after it was forced to apologise [...]


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  • Tax Justice Network

    HSBC Saint Helier: Where the Bad Things Are. Photo - J Christensen Well now, this is awkward for the Jersey financial authorities. After years and years of proclaiming the island as well regulated, transparent and only open for legitimate business, Britain's Daily Telegraph is running a lead story about HSBC Jersey u nder the headline "HSBC Investigation: Drug Dealers, Gun Runners and Britain's...


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  • Tax Research UK

    The Telegraph reports this morning that: The tax authorities have obtained details of every British client of HSBC in Jersey after a whistleblower secretly provided a detailed list of names, addresses and account balances earlier this week. The Telegraph understands that among those identified on the list are Daniel Bayes, a drug dealer who is [...]


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