Swiss accounts are recognized as one of the most reliable and respected in the world. The richest and most famous people of the world keep their money in Switzerland. However, ordinary entrepreneurs, holders of capital who need reliability and a high degree of confidentiality can also open an account in a Swiss bank. Continue reading
The litigation that is currently unfolding between the Federal Tax Service and Sberbank may be a significant precedent that will affect the entire banking sector in Russia. The FTS accuses Sberbank of dishonest behavior, which is expressed in the fact that the bank refused to perform the functions of the tax authorities and write off funds in paying taxes from the client’s account.
The decision of the court is now closely watched by many account holders in Russian banks. If the court takes the side of the FTS, it may mean that in the near future the requirement to write off taxes from the accounts will be mandatory for all banks. This means that accounts in Russian banks will become an even less secure and confidential way of storing funds. Continue reading
The banking crisis in Europe is gaining momentum. And although the facts of this destructive process are hidden, more and more moments become visible to others. This was particularly vividly illustrated by the example of Deutsche Bank, which received several blows from different sides at once.
However, it is only the tip of the iceberg, visible to the whole problem, while almost every bank in Europe is in a risky situation.
Can Deutsche Bank suffer the fate of Lehman Brothers? Continue reading