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Reference information: "A simple way of looking at this process is that an “on-book” account means that there is a single master account that holds a variety of investments on behalf of a client. An “off-book” account is one where the client holds individual and separate accounts with a variety of different financial Institutions."
Uanset hvad, synes jeg også, at det i denne sammenhæng lyder i retning af uofficelle, eller med andre ord hemmelige konti, som Jørgen foreslår.
Se fx også brugen her: "He used off-book accounts to hide these and other earnings from the IRS" (Andet link)