Or is that haven less of a haven these days?
Last I heard it was much less a haven than it used to be.
From what I've seen, the fabled Swiss neutrality only applies insofar as the Swiss can stay out of something. When their own national interests become involved, they are anything but
neutral. There are also some treaties that have recently gone into effect which impact Swiss banking operations and policies.
Switzerland may be an independent nation politically. But it does a great deal of business with the US and EU. And much like the US with China, Switzerland is learning to bow to necessity and seek compromise whether it wants to or not.
About the only major financial institution that still is able to maintain virtual absolute secrecy while retaining an aura of legitimacy is the Istituto per le Opere di Religione
or " Vatican Bank." And even they are having their share of scandals and problems lately.