"There is no black (money)...There is nothing to hide, nothing to worry. (I am) following all regulations and rules," Goyal told reporters here.
A Reliance Industries spokesperson said: "Neither Reliance Industries nor Mr Mukesh Ambani have or had any illegitimate bank accounts anywhere in the world."
Similarly, a spokesperson for Anil Ambani said: "Mr Ambani does not have any HSBC overseas account".
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane also denied having any account in Swiss banks by him or any of his family members.
"Earlier my name had also come, there is no truth in it. Neither me nor my wife nor my family have any account abroad," he said.
Spokespersons of Emaar MGF and Dabur group-promoter family Burmans did not comment.
Name of many prominent industrialists had featured in the report by the Indian Express, which said that 1,195 Indian names figure in the HSBC list with a total balance of Rs 25,420 crore, as part of an investigation by an international body of journalists.

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