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Tracing Holocaust Victims’ Assets: An Investigative Auditor’s Perspective

  • 27 September 2016
  • Author: Alexander Carr
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Tracing Holocaust Victims’ Assets: An Investigative Auditor’s Perspective
In 1996, United States Senator Alfonse M. D’Amato, Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, began an inquiry into Swiss banks’ involvement in hiding Holocaust victims’ assets. Specifically, the inquiry examined the procedures by which the Swiss banks conducted the initial search in 1995 that stated that only 893 accounts were found, holding $32 million. The committee conducted the new review which was being undertaken by the Committee of Eminent Persons (EP Committee), also known as the Volcker Commission
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