Law360, London (May 15, 2019, 12:37 PM BST) -- German police searched 11 banks and the homes of eight individuals in a sweeping investigation into suspected tax evasion in response to the Panama Papers documents leak, the Frankfurt prosecutor’s office said Wednesday.
Police said they are investigating wealthy individuals who have allegedly evaded taxes with the help of the former subsidiary of a German bank based in the British Virgin Islands. (AP) Federal and local investigators raided homes and banks across the country on Wednesday, as well as the offices of four tax consultants and six asset management companies, the prosecutor said. The office said it could not reveal the...
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