From Renaud van Ruymbeke, one of France's top investigating magistrates, from an interview published last year in the SudDeutsche Zeitung
(hat tip: Markus Meinzer and the TJN-Deutschland blog
SZ: Has globalisation of financial markets makes your work difficult?
Ruymbeke: Buinesses have become so complicated that we investigators often have no chance. . .
It's an interesting interview, for those who read German (or a rough web translation of the story here
) It has a particular focus on Luxembourg, a "European paradox" as he puts it, due to its being an EU founding member but also a hub for secret money. He also points the finger at Cayman and Switzerland in particular.