It is obvious that there is a relationship between the Clinton’s and the UBS. It smells of bribery, misuse of office, and fraud. The UBS is a world order financial powerhouse.
Wikipedia entry on UBS states in part:
UBS is considered the world’s largest manager of private wealth assets, with over CHF2.2 trillion in invested assets, and remains a leading provider of retail banking and commercial banking services in Switzerland. In 2014, UBS’ assets under management (AuM) amounted to US$1,966.9 billion, representing a 15.4% increase in AuM compared to the equivalent data of 2013. It is the biggest bank in Switzerland, operating in more than 50 countries with about 60,000 employees around the world, as of 2014.
Read the entire Wikipedia UBS article HERE.
This article from ‘The Hill’ addresses Hillary Clinton’s involvement on behalf of UBS with the IRS to shield UBS and their investors from revealing off shore accounts. From that involvement 2 things happened. The Clinton Foundation contributions from UBS greatly increased and Bill Clinton garnered over $1.5 million in “speaker fees” at UBS. Sound fishy? Smell funny? Read the details:
As Written By Ernest A. Canning at The Hill:
The Clinton’s and the sordid UBS affair:
The story, as originally recounted by James V. Grimaldi and Rebecca Ballhaus of The Wall Street Journal, was, of itself, deeply troubling. In March 2009, after meeting with Swiss Foreign Minister Micheline Calmy-Rey, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton intervened with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on behalf of Switzerland’s most powerful banking institution, UBS. The IRS, which at that time was seeking the identity of wealthy Americans who had stashed some $20 billion in 52,000 tax evading UBS accounts, then agreed that the Swiss bank need only turn over information on 4,450 accounts. Afterwards, UBS increased its previous $60,000 in donations to the Clinton Foundation ten-fold. By the end of 2014, UBS donations to the Clinton Foundation totaled $600,000. UBS also “paid former President Bill Clinton $1.5 million to participate in a series of question-and-answer sessions with UBS Wealth Management Chief Executive Bob McCann, making UBS his biggest single corporate source of speech income disclosed since he left the White House.”