Saturday August 8, 2020

Offshore assets probe faces hitch

A High Court judgment has called into question the Revenue Commissioners’ right to access personal banking data in overseas subsidiaries of Irish banks, write Kieron Wood and Ian Kehoe.

24th November, 2007

A High Court judgment has called into question the Revenue Commissioners’ right to access personal banking data in overseas subsidiaries of Irish banks, write Kieron Wood and Ian Kehoe.

Having already reaped more than €860 million, the offshore assets investigation has been the largest and most successful probe ever conducted by the Revenue Commissioners.

By the time it finishes at the end of next year, the investigation is expected to have collected more than...

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