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Revenue forces bank to reveal offshore trusts

The Revenue Commissioners have secured a court order against a major Irish bank, forcing it to disclose details about offshore trusts and investments of clients.

29th September, 2012

The Revenue Commissioners have secured a court order against a major Irish bank, forcing it to disclose details about offshore trusts and investments of clients.

Revenue obtained the order in recent weeks as part of its offensive against offshore trusts and corporate structures held by Irish citizens.

As part of the order, the bank also was obliged to provide documentation in relation to offshore transfers of funds and investments.

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