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Hervé Falciani

Systems Engineer

HSBC plc

HQ Phone:  (212) 525-5000

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HSBC plc

452 Fifth Avenue

New York City, New York,10018

United States

Company Description

HSBC Holdings plc, the parent company of the HSBC Group, is headquartered in London. The Group serves customers worldwide from over 6,000 offices in 71 countries and territories in Asia, Europe, North and Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa. Wi... more

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Global Outrage Follows HSBC Revelations

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Documents leaked by whistleblower Hervé Falciani, who worked for HSBC, show how a Swiss division of the U.K.-headquartered bank routinely allowed clients to withdraw bricks of cash, often in foreign currencies of little use in Switzerland; aggressively marketed schemes likely to enable wealthy clients to avoid European and U.S. taxes; colluded with some clients to conceal undeclared "black" accounts from their domestic tax authorities; and provided accounts to international criminals, corrupt businessmen, and other high-risk individuals.
That's one of the takeaways gleaned from a massive collection of documents collected by Hervé Falciani, a former employee of the bank, who blew the whistle on his former employer and handed over reams of data to tax authorities.


HSBC 'helped clients dodge millions in tax' | Debt Helpline

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The documents, purloined in 2007 by computer expert Herve Falciani working for HSBC in Geneva, contain details of more than 100,000 clients from around the world.


Agenda | Art Agenda

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When word got out that Hervé Falciani, a dapper systems engineer at HSBC's hushed private bank in Geneva, had lifted the identities and details of 130,000 account holders in 2008, the Swiss government was put in the unfortunate position of having to ask its neighbors to extradite this thief or... continue reading


Switzerland's Non-Bank, Non-Freeport Vaults To Become Torchbearers Of Private Offshore Asset Protection In That Country | Offshore Safe Deposit Boxes

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On his company's website Tuesday, offshore expert Mark Nestmann discussed the 5-year prison term given to Hervé Falciani, a former employee of HSBC.
Hervé Falciani, a former employee at the Swiss branch of HSBC Holdings PLC who widely dispersed once-secret data about the bank's clients, was handed a five-year prison sentence in a federal criminal court in Switzerland Friday. Mr. Falciani, who worked for HSBC in Geneva, was convicted of aggravated industrial espionage. The court found that he had sought to offer stolen data about HSBC's clients to a handful of banks in Lebanon. In addition, the court found that Mr. Falciani tried to provide the data to France's National Division of Financial Investigations, Germany's Federal Intelligence Service, and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in the U.K.... This entry was posted in Bank Safe Deposit Boxes, Banking, Contents, Crime, Europe, Government, North America, Privacy, Private Safe Deposit Boxes, Private Vaults, Reporting and tagged art, FATCA, Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, freeport, gold, Hervé Falciani, HSBC, Mark Nestmann, Martin Armstrong, precious metals, silver, Switzerland, tax, tax evasion, The Nestmann Group, United States on


The Essential Edge - Battling the wrong giants: Security snoopers vs Wikileaks

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While Wikileakers such as Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange have paid with serious loss of liberty for following their idea of justice, the financial fraud whistle-blowers such as Hervé Falciani (HSBC) and Bradley Birkenfeld (UBS) have made money from their acts.
Angelo Mincuzzi, the Italian journalist who helped Falciani write a book on his experience, observed that Birkenfeld's reward was less than 4 percent of what U.S. authorities recovered as a result of his revelations ($780 millions).


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