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UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 23, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, wears his coat as he arrives...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, wears his coat as he arrives...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, wears his coat as he arrives at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 23, 2014. Martin Liechti, a key witness in the federal tax evasion trial of a top Swiss bank executive, took the stand on Thursday to testify against his former boss, Weil, who is accused of conspiring to conceal up to $20 billion in U.S. taxpayers' assets in secret offshore accounts. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 23, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, arrives at federal court in Fort...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, arrives at federal court in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, arrives at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 23, 2014. Martin Liechti, a key witness in the federal tax evasion trial of a top Swiss bank executive, took the stand on Thursday to testify against his former boss, Weil, who is accused of conspiring to conceal up to $20 billion in U.S. taxpayers' assets in secret offshore accounts. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 23, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil (R), arrives at federal court...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil, arrives at federal court in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, accompanied by his wife Susan Lerch Weil (R), arrives at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 23, 2014. Martin Liechti, a key witness in the federal tax evasion trial of a top Swiss bank executive, took the stand on Thursday to testify against his former boss, Weil, who is accused of conspiring to conceal up to $20 billion in U.S. taxpayers' assets in secret offshore accounts. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 23, 2014
Former UBS banker Martin Liechti (L), who took the witness stand earlier in the day, walks within the...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Martin Liechti, who took the witness stand, walks during a break in the trial of former...
Former UBS banker Martin Liechti (L), who took the witness stand earlier in the day, walks within the courthouse complex during a break in the trial of former Swiss banker Raoul Weil in federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 23, 2014. Liechti, a key witness in the federal tax evasion trial of a top Swiss bank executive, took the stand on Thursday to testify against his former boss, Weil, who is accused of conspiring to conceal up to $20 billion in U.S. taxpayers' assets in secret offshore accounts. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 23, 2014
Former UBS banker Martin Liechti, who took the witness stand early in the day, walks within the courthouse...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Martin Liechti, who took the witness stand, walks during a break in the trial of former...
Former UBS banker Martin Liechti, who took the witness stand early in the day, walks within the courthouse complex during a break in the trial of former Swiss banker Raoul Weil in federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 23, 2014. Liechti, a key witness in the federal tax evasion trial of a top Swiss bank executive, took the stand on Thursday to testify against his former boss, Weil, who is accused of conspiring to conceal up to $20 billion in U.S. taxpayers' assets in secret offshore accounts. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 22, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 22, 2014. Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 22, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 22, 2014. Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 22, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court with his wife Susan in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 22, 2014. Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 22, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is out on bail, arrives at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida October 22, 2014. Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (2nd L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (2nd L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil (3rd L) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil (C)...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil (C) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (2nd L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (2nd L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil (3rd L) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, departs federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil (C) and lawyer Aaron Marcu (R) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
RTR4AW4O
October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
RTR4AW3Z
October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil (L), who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court with wife Susan Lerch Weil (2nd R) and lawyer Aaron Marcu (R) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
RTR4AW0B
October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale,...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale,...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
RTR4AW07
October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale,...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale,...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
UBSAG-BANKER/WEIL
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October 20, 2014
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale,...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale,...
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil, who is on bail, arrives for his trial at federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 20, 2014. Raoul Weil, 54, who headed wealth management at Zurich-based UBS until his indictment, is charged in a Fort Lauderdale federal court with helping thousands of U.S. taxpayers hide up to $20 billion in assets in offshore accounts. Weil, facing up to five years in prison if convicted, is by far the highest-ranking Swiss banker to be charged in the United States. His trial culminates a more than 7-year battle with Switzerland on the abuse of its bank secrecy laws to help Americans avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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