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Satchel Body Transparent Stadium Clear Handbag Shoulder Clear PVC Messenger Bag Cross NFL Approved Women's Bag Martin Schlaff was linked to four HSBC client accounts. Three of them were created in 1991 and closed in 1992, 1993 and 1994, of which one was numbered account “17864MT.” The fourth client account was “UC Financial Limited,” for which he was listed as a beneficial owner along with two other clients. It was created in 1995 and listed three bank accounts that together held as much as $ 7,658,949 in 2006/2007.
Michael Fink, Martin Schlaff’s lawyer, told ICIJ partner in Austria, News, that the HSBC accounts his client was connected to were of three companies in which he had shareholder functions. Fink said that Schlaff never hid this from Austrian tax authorities and that he paid his taxes regularly.