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100 Greeks in ‘Borjans List’ Asked to Explain Bank Deposits

borjans listFinancial prosecutors have sent notices to 100 Greek citizens asking them to explain their large bank deposits in Switzerland’s UBS, as part of the ongoing investigation in the so-called ‘Borjans list’, it was announced on Thursday.
The list of bank depositors was given to Greek authorities by the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Those investigated by the tax authorities appear to have large discrepancies between their declared income and the amounts found in their accounts in the period between 2000 and 2012. If they fail to justify their deposits, they could face charges of tax evasion and money laundering.
“Taxpayers of a medium or even small income in Greece appear to be large depositors; a good or excellent client of Swiss banks abroad,” a source involved with the case said.
Among those called to appear before the prosecutors are doctors, lawyers, civil engineers and pensioners from the civil service, as well as one case of an individual who is officially declared as having no profession but has deposits totaling 7 million euros.
(source: ana-mpa)

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