International Banking Law
International banks have recently been placed into the spotlight again because of the U.S. government’s investigation into the activities of UBS AG. As a result of this investigation, UBS AG agreed to a Deferred Prosecution Agreement with the Department of Justice. According to Department of Justice estimates, as many as 52,000 U.S. customers could be using UBS accounts as tax shelters. Click here.
Thorn Law Group is experienced at representing banks in disputes with the IRS and Department Of Justice. The firm also advises banks and financial institutions concerning compliance programs and preventative measures to ensure cooperation with the world banking community’s laws and standards.
In addition to representing foreign banks in disputes with the U.S. government, Thorn Law Group attorneys are experienced at representing individuals and entities in private disputes with foreign banks. Thorn Law Group attorneys are knowledgeable of the banking rules and regulations of numerous jurisdictions, and are able to counsel clients on their rights and options when dealing with foreign banks that have mismanaged client assets and violated other fiduciary obligations.
The firm is experienced in representing and advising:
- Public Banks
- Private Banks
- Offshore Banks
- U.S. Financial Institutions
- Foreign Financial Institutions
Thorn Law Group attorneys have the international tax and banking law experience to represent individuals, banks or financial institutions before the IRS and the Department of Justice and to defend your interests in private matters as well. If you need an attorney with international banking law experience, contact Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner of the Thorn Law Group, today at 202 349-4033.