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A French tribunal of judges has cleared Guy Wildenstein—the de facto head of a family of art dealers—of charges that he laundered money by shielding a collection... [Read More]
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The French financial prosecutor's office said on Friday that it had launched an appeal against an earlier ruling this week to acquit wealthy art dealer Guy Wildenstein and seven others of tax fraud... [Read More]
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The son of a fabulously wealthy art dealer was found to have followed French tax law when holding hundreds of millions offshore. [Read More]
Wealthy French art dealer Guy Wildenstein and seven others were acquitted of tax fraud charges on Thursday thanks to a legal loophole the Paris court acknowledged might not be understood by the general... [Read More]
The ruling stated that the behavior in question fell into a gray area before France enacted legislation in 2011 regarding foreign trusts. [Read More]
A French judge has cleared international art dealer Guy Wildenstein of hiding valuable paintings to dodge paying tax. [Read More]
A French judge has cleared international art dealer Guy Wildenstein of hiding valuable paintings to dodge paying tax. [Read More]
A French judge has cleared international art dealer Guy Wildenstein of hiding valuable paintings to dodge paying tax. Wildenstein, 71, the Franco-American heir of a billion-dollar New York art dealing empire, was accused... [Read More]
A French judge has cleared international art dealer Guy Wildenstein of hiding valuable paintings to dodge paying tax. [Read More]
A French court acquitted Guy Wildenstein, the heir of a famous art-dealing family, in a landmark tax-fraud case in which prosecutors had requested a $265.7 million fine. [Read More]
Guy Wildenstein, patriarch of international art dealing dynasty, cleared by French court of tax fraud charges... [Read More]
The Franco-American patriarch of the Wildenstein art-dealing dynasty was on Thursday cleared by a Paris court of massive tax fraud.The court said there was a "clear attempt" by Guy Wildenstein and seven co-defendants... [Read More]
Guy Wildenstein, patriarch of international art dealing dynasty, cleared by French court of tax fraud charges... [Read More]
French judges cleared art dealer Guy Wildenstein of charges that he concealed paintings worth hundreds of millions of dollars in offshore trusts to avoid taxes, dealing a setback to the country's crackdown on... [Read More]
Guy Wildenstein, 70, was on Thursday cleared by a Paris court of hiding properties and millions of euros in paintings by artists such as Monet and Picasso from the taxman. [Read More]
A French court will on Thursday rule in the case of Franco-American art dynasty scion Guy Wildenstein, who is accused of keeping paintings and properties worth hundreds of millions of euros from the... [Read More]
A French prosecutor has asked that Guy Wildenstein, a global player in the art world, be sent to prison on charges of tax fraud and money laundering. [Read More]
The continuing trials of Guy Wildenstein. Worries over a purported Old Masters forgery ring. And the Ghent altarpiece, refreshed. Plus: Rethinking the Autry Museum, David Bowie's art collection and Joseph Beuys does New... [Read More]
French prosecutors allege RBC's wealth-management subsidiary in the Bahamas helped Guy Wildenstein's family stash thousands of valuable art works away in an offshore trust system... [Read More]
Art dealer Guy Wildenstein should get a four-year prison sentence and pay a 250 million-euro ($276 million) fine for concealing paintings in an attempt to avoid taxes, French prosecutors said in their closing... [Read More]
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