DOJ Tax touts the statistics as follows:
The prosecution results so far have been encouraging: To date, approximately 150 grand jury investigations of offshore-banking clients have been initiated, of which 30 cases have been charged, with 24 guilty pleas having been entered, 2 convicted after trial, and 4 awaiting trial. A number of facilitators who helped clients hide assets offshore at UBS and other banks have been indicted, resulting in ten bankers and two attorneys being charged and awaiting trial, and one advisor being charged and convicted. In addition, grand jury investigations have been opened into eight additional offshore banks across the world.Statistics are always dicey things. The 150 grand jury investigations is new public information, but it is unclear what exactly the number means. Does the 150 refer to the number of "targets" or to the number of investigations with some of them having more than one target? And, the statistics I show for the prosecutions (see my spreadsheet available from the page in the right column) do not match DOJ Tax's number of prosecutions (30 cases, but that may be because a case can have more than one defendant and some involving offshore account and/or FBAR prosecutions that I count may did not arise out of the initiative). In any event, the numbers are impressive.