Tax Evasion

Anglo officials jailed for trying to hide accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick

Three former Anglo Irish Bank officials have been jailed for conspiring to conceal or alter bank accounts
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Ex-Anglo worker denies conspiracy

A former Anglo Irish Bank employee denied to gardaí that she was involved in a conspiracy to conceal bank accounts from Revenue as part of a Tax evasion scheme
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Sean Fitzpatrick told employee not to submit accounts to Revenue, Anglo Irish trial is told

Former Anglo Irish Bank Chairman Sean FitzPatrick told an employee not to submit accounts belonging to his brother-in-law to the Revenue which was then investigating alleged Tax evasion at the bank, a trial has heard
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Fraud accused helped bank tax probe

Three former Anglo Irish Bank officials accused of hiding bogus off-shore accounts in an alleged Tax evasion scheme were involved in helping Revenue investigate tax compliance in the bank in 2003.

Jury warned that trial of Anglo men and woman will be ‘boring’ with no ‘punch ups’

Three Former Anglo Irish Bank officials have gone on trial accused of hiding accounts connected to former Chairman Sean FitzPatrick in an alleged Tax evasion scheme.
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The King of Spain is stripping his sister of her Duchess title because she’s on trial for tax fraud

The Spanish King has issued a decree stripping his sister Princess Cristina of her title as Duchess of Palma, as the royal sibling faces Tax evasion charges
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Luxleaks prosecutor demands jail terms

Luxleaks prosecutor demands jail for whistleblowers

Brazil Attorney General: Tourism minister 'had Swiss bank account'

Brazilian prosecutors have made a formal allegation of Tax evasion and Money Laundering against a former tourism minister

Een goed begin: EU sluit de deur voor brievenbusfirma’s

Member states of the European Union came to an agreement to tackle the problem of tax evasion by multinationals, as was revealed by the Panama Papers. Big companies will have to pay taxes where they make their actual profits - it won't be possible anymore to 'move' their activities to places with more favorable tax rulings. Oxfam Novib says the plan doesn't have much impact because of the big concessions made to reach consensus among the member states.
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Straflandesgericht - Zwei Schuldsprüche im Ex-Meinl-Managerprozess

In the trail against former Meinl managers two were found guilty and two not guilty. Ex-Meinl manager Johann Mantler and his tax adviser, who had a position in the Meinl-foundation himself, were convicted for tax evasion and embezzlement. They were sentenced to 45 months imprisonment (20 conditional) and a fine of 2,1 million Euro.
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