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Indians' funds in Swiss banks rise to over ₹20,000 crore, customer deposits down for second year

Hindustan Times 18 Jun 2021
These are official figures reported by banks to the SNB and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland ... Swiss authorities have always maintained that assets held by Indian residents in Switzerland cannot be considered as ...
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Indian funds in Swiss banks rise to over Rs 20,000 crores in 2020, highest in ...

DNA India 18 Jun 2021
Money in Swiss banks ... However, the money held via other banks rose sharply from CHF 88 million in this period ... These are official figures reported by banks to the Swiss National Bank (SNB) and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland.
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Indians’ Funds in Swiss Banks at Rs 20,700 Crore, Most in 13 Years

Yahoo Daily News 18 Jun 2021
The data reveals that money held via other banks has seen a sharp surge from CHF 88 million at the end of 2019 ... This data reported by banks to the SNB does not indicate the amount of alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland, and it does not include the funds held by Indians, NRIs, or others under names of third-country entities.
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Indians' funds in Swiss banks jump to Rs 20,700 crore, highest in 13 years

India TV 18 Jun 2021
These are official figures reported by banks to the SNB and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland. These figures also do not include the money that Indians, NRIs or others might have in Swiss banks in names of third-country entities.
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Indians' funds in Swiss banks rise to over Rs 20,000 crore; customer deposits down for second year

The Times of India 17 Jun 2021
These are official figures reported by banks to the SNB and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland ... Swiss authorities have always maintained that assets held by Indian residents in Switzerland cannot be considered as ...
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Indians' funds in Swiss banks rise to over ₹20k cr on surge in securities, institutional holdings

Live Mint 17 Jun 2021
These are official figures reported by banks to the SNB and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland ... Swiss authorities have always maintained that assets held by Indian residents in Switzerland cannot be considered as ...
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Indians' funds in Swiss banks rise to over Rs 20k cr on surge in securities, institutional holdings; customer deposits down for 2nd yr

Yahoo Daily News 17 Jun 2021
These are official figures reported by banks to the SNB and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland.Story continues ... Swiss authorities have always maintained that assets held by Indian residents in Switzerland cannot be ...
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Funds of Indians in Swiss banks rise to Rs 20,700 crore

The Times of India 17 Jun 2021
... in 13 years.These are official figures reported by banks to the Swiss National Bank and do not indicate the quantum of the muchdebated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland.
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Man who digitally altered bank records and created fake e-mails jailed for 14 weeks

Straits Times 17 Jun 2021
When Mr Peh later requested documentation from Gaillard to explain why the company had not received the money, the latter created an e-mail purportedly from his relationship manager at the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) ... He did so to deceive individuals to whom former lawyer Then Feng owed money.
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14 weeks' jail for man who altered bank records, created fake e-mail

Straits Times 17 Jun 2021
When Mr Peh later requested documentation from Gaillard to explain why the company had not received the money, the latter created an e-mail purportedly from his relationship manager at the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) ... He did so to deceive individuals to whom former lawyer Then Feng owed money.
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Indians' funds in Swiss banks rise to over Rs 20k crore on surge in securities, ...

India TV 17 Jun 2021
ALSO READ.�Money in Swiss banks ... These are official figures reported by banks to the SNB and do not indicate the quantum of the much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland. These figures also do not include the money that Indians, NRIs or others might have in Swiss banks in names of third-country entities.
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UN Calls for Better Remittance Services at Lower Cost

The Wire 17 Jun 2021
The United Nations is urging reforms that make it easier for migrants to send money back to their home countries, as it observes its annual International Day of Family Remittances ... Migrants working in the United States, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Germany sent the most money home, according to the World Bank.
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UEFA Euro 2020 odds, picks, predictions: European soccer expert reveals best bets for Italy vs. Switzerland

CBS Sports 16 Jun 2021
Italy will try to carry over its dominance from its opener when it hosts Switzerland on Wednesday in a 2020 UEFA European Championship group-stage match in Rome. The Italians beat Turkey 3-0 while Switzerland and Wales played to a 1-1 draw in their openers at Euro 2020, which was postponed for almost a year because of the pandemic ... Italy money line.
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Germany's Lufthansa plots course for leaner post-pandemic future

Reuters 15 Jun 2021
Support also came from governments in the airline's other homes - Austria, Belgium and Switzerland. The airline said it planned to raise money from selling its catering business LSG and financial services business Airplus next year, and was considering selling or floating a minority stake in Lufthansa Technik, its aircraft servicing business.
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UK and Norwegian governments back solar-plus-storage in Mozambique

PV Magazine 14 Jun 2021
“the project is expected to receive” a $19 million loan from PIDG member the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund, which receives public money from the U.K., Switzerland, Sweden and the development banks of Germany and the Netherlands.
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