Category: Federal Administrative Court

Accommodated by the EU, Ivanyushchenko remains on Swiss sanctions list

Former Ukrainian MP Yuriy Ivanyushchenko has failed in an attempt to have his name removed from the Swiss sanctions list targeting allies of former president Viktor Yanukovych, ousted in 2014. Currently being investigated for fraud by the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland, Ivanyushchenko lost his appeal to the Federal Administrative Court. The fact that the European Union chose to remove Ivanyushchenko’s name …

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Spanish tax authorities fail to pin down Swiss watchmaker Marzio Villa

The Spanish authorities suspect that the owner of the Swiss watch brand Cuervo y Sobrinos, who is officially resident in the Swiss canton of Ticino, is actually living in Spain and should be taxed there. However, the Federal Administrative Court has rejected the Spanish request for legal assistance, citing lack of supporting evidence. Of Italian origin, Marzio …

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Swiss courts rule in favour of Vladimir Gusinsky in Russian TV rights case

Four years have passed since the Russian tax authorities requested legal assistance from Switzerland regarding a company controlled by the Russian media magnate Vladimir Gusinsky. The Federal Supreme Court had just ended the matter with its answer – nyet. Switzerland will not respond to the questions sent by Russia’s Federal Tax Service about Zug-based New Century Distribution GmbH. The Federal Supreme Court upheld …

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Russia to receive information regarding ownership of mysterious Swiss company

The Federal Supreme Court has cleared the way for the Swiss authorities to grant administrative assistance to Russia as part of a tax investigation involving a Swiss company linked to Moscow coal magnate Ruslan Rostovtsev. The request from the Russian Federal Tax Service sought to identify the beneficial owner of Zug-based company Kaproben Handels AG. The authorities in Moscow claimed …

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