Citing Kathryn Keneally, head of the DoJ tax division, the Wall Street Journal reports her words :”It’s fair to say we know where the tax-haven countries are. You’ve got Singapore, you’ve got the Cook Islands.” She also mentioned that the U.S. could traced money transfers to banks in India, Israel, Luxembourg, Lichtenstein, the Cayman Islands and other Caribbean countries.
Kathryn Keneally also suggested that the United States may extend the end of June 2014 deadline that stands for the Category Banks. The aim is to give more time to the financial institutions to hand over their records and communicate with their US clients. The new time-frame was not given though.