(Bloomberg) -- Raoul Weil, once a powerful UBS AG executive, will return today to a U.S. courthouse where prosecutors said last month he ran a business that used Swiss bank secrecy to help Americans cheat on their taxes.

Weil, 54, will plead not guilty in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, his lawyer said Jan. 5 in an interview. The banker first appeared there Dec. 16, five years after he was indicted for conspiracy and declared a fugitive.

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