Greek HSBC Swiss Account Holders “Lagarde List”

The following is a list of 2,059 names of Greek citizens that have bank accounts with HSBC’s branch in Geneva, Switzerland.  The list was originally published by a Greek magazine called Hot Doc on October 27, 2012 resulting in the arrest of its editor Kostas Vaxevanis for “breach of privacy”.  These scanned images of the magazine were originally posted on the website of the Greek television program Zougla.  We have taken the images and converted them into a PDF file for easier viewing.  The original scanned images of the magazine are also available in a ZIP archive.  Thanks to Darker Net for pointing out the scanned images.

List of 2,059 names in PDF format 19 pages Download
(5.58 MB)
Scanned images of original publication in ZIP archive Download
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10 comments for “Greek HSBC Swiss Account Holders “Lagarde List”

  1. Malcolm Crossley Attorney
    October 30, 2012 at 5:51 am

    These account holders have the right to legally arrange their personal and business affairs in any legal manner they wish, in order to legally avoid paying tax.
    it is as simple as that.
    I have the solution for them.
    Malcolm Crossley
    Crossleys Inc.
    Attorneys & Conveyancers
    South Africa.

    • November 12, 2012 at 1:43 am

      They do not.

    • Mary
      November 20, 2012 at 8:26 pm

      ‘Legally evade tax’? How can helping plunge your country into the worst economic situation Greece has seen for more than 100 years be legal? Everyone benefiting from living in Greece has to pay tax!

    • jogouka
      July 27, 2014 at 9:15 am

      The statement you are doing for this disaster equals the mentality of the men and the system that caused the meltdown of the west economy and screwed innocent people. But do not forget one think. The system did not collapse because the banks where saved from tax paid money of the goverments. Meaning that common people paid. All the names in the list did not pay. And only for this, despite questioning if it is legal or not, they and you will burn in hell my friend. Because one thing is for sure: that despite how many money you have and you earn, some day you will die.

    • abel
      February 11, 2015 at 2:31 am

      Fuck you attourney shit

  2. Erik Peterson
    October 30, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Many of these on the list are suspected of corruption, and there are accounts with half a BILLION euros in them. Just as in Portugal, corruption siphons money out of the country, and no-one gets tried for it. Portugal is still trying to get people to trial for a bank corruption scheme (43 different cases of corruption) whereby ministers and bankers stole money, costing the tax payer 11.7 BILLION euros. Politics in the Med is theft on a large scale.

  3. ano
    October 31, 2012 at 12:22 am

    Certificate of server is not valid for the links. really, who is hijacking the links? Obviously these links have someone else in-between. Why?

    • Public Intelligence
      October 31, 2012 at 2:15 am

      The SSL certificate is for the domain ( and is not valid for the subdomain where the information is located ( This is because the SSL certificate for the site was originally intended to protect people submitting information to us, not to protect information flowing out to you. This will likely be corrected at some point, but until then you can just browse the website via HTTP, rather than HTTPS or you can look at the certificate information, see that it is not for a completely different website and verify the exception to continue browsing via HTTPS.

  4. MM
    February 8, 2013 at 3:03 am

    The question is: Why french authoritys send to the greek authoritys the information of bank accounts of greek citizens? What is the point? All people know that in each country there are people with bank accounts outside of this country ( france, germany, hollande , include). In offshores or other place with attractive fiscal policys. This is crime? Im affraid said that is not. What is crime is corruption and the money use and secretly send to offshores. In relation of Portugal ( to correct Erik Peterson ) the bank is named bpn ( portuguese business bank ) and the fraud is about 7 billion euros. The government nacionalize the bank in 2008, during the crise, because the possible of systemic risk. Now the bank was sold to bic ( angolan bank ) for 40 milllion euros. Nobody was guilty or setenced. The only one who was arrest a litle time in his home is the owner of the bank. Now he is free and walk naturally into the streets of Lisbon. The is a true story when he see that sometimes for some people the crime is profitalble.

  5. AZ
    April 28, 2014 at 7:19 am

    They evaded tax payment and should either pay (with all additional penalties) or go to prison. However, all this scam was tolerated by Greek authorities, in the context of the greater scam to throw the country into bankruptcy and sell its pieces to the international “investors”. By the term investors we mean hyenas that feed on people’s flesh (descendants of Shylock). Therefore, I do not expect anything to come out of this list. It is just a pressure tool in the games of the various factions fighting over the corpse if Greece.

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