A former UBS AG banker surrendered to U.S. authorities to face a 2011 indictment that he conspired to help wealthy Americans evade taxes by hiding accounts in a smaller Swiss regional bank.

Martin Lack, a Swiss resident and independent investment advisor, turned himself in to U.S. marshals in Miami on Oct. 14 and was arraigned the next day, court records show. He was released on a $750,000 bond and returned to Switzerland with consent of the U.S. He faces a Nov. 25 trial in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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