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New Panama Papers Leak Reveals Firm’s Chaotic Scramble To Identify Clients, Save Business ...

New Panama Papers Leak Reveals Firm’s Chaotic Scramble To Identify Clients, Save Business Amid Global Fallout
On March 9, 2016, employees of Mossack Fonseca, a Panamanian law firm that for decades had kept the financial secrets of global celebrities, oligarchs and criminals, made a stomach-churning discovery. Someone had copied huge amounts of data from its computers....

Dodgy dating sites use tax haven overseas to slip by police

Dodgy dating sites use tax haven overseas to slip by police
A shifty character named “Kariya” helped shady online dating sites avoid the law in Japan by establishing their headquarters abroad with passport information stolen from unsuspecting Japanese, an analysis of the Panama Papers showed. The operation was ...

US Treasury Department targets Singapore for money laundering

US Treasury Department targets Singapore for money laundering
Last month, the Asia Sentinel reported that the US Treasury Department has initiated a wide-ranging campaign against money laundering particularly targeting the governments in Cyprus, Beirut, Singapore and the Gulf states ('US Mounts Major Global ...

Shell hits back at criticism of tax structure

Shell hits back at criticism of tax structure
Reports allege oil group’s plan has cost Dutch treasury as much as £6.1bn in lost income.Shell has hit back at criticism of a tax structure it set up as part of a relocation of its headquarters from London to The Hague following reports that it has cost the ...

Cristiano Ronaldo 'to accept fine and suspended jail term' in tax case

Cristiano Ronaldo 'to accept fine and suspended jail term' in tax case
Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed to accept a €18.8m (£16.4m) fine and a suspended jail term to settle tax evasion charges. The Real Madrid and Portugal footballer, 33, was accused last year of defrauding tax authorities of €14.8m, charges he...

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