Swiss Bankers Charged By U.S. Over Claims They Conspired To Hide $420 Million in Offshore Accounts

12/19/2012 05:17 pm ET | Updated Dec 19, 2012

Dec 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan announced charges Wednesday against three Swiss bankers, who the government said conspired with U.S. clients to hide more than $420 million from the Internal Revenue Service.

The indictment named Stephan Fellmann, Otto Huppi and Christof Reist, all former client advisers with an unnamed Swiss bank. None of the bankers have been arrested, authorities said.

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