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HSBC to pay $765m over toxic bond sales in run-up to financial crisis

HSBC to pay $765m over toxic bond sales in run-up to financial crisis
RBS and Barclays settled for $4.9bn and $2bn respectively with the US justice department.Europe’s biggest bank, HSBC, has reached a $765m (£591m) settlement with the US Department of Justice to end an investigation into the sale of mortgage-backed ...

FDI from Cayman Islands jumps 1,600%, tops inflows from Germany

FDI from Cayman Islands jumps 1,600%, tops inflows from Germany
The Cayman Islands, one of the most notorious tax havens in the world, has flooded 1,600% more money as Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) equity into Indian market during the financial year 2017-18. Cayman Island recorded as the biggest growth in FDI equity ...

China caps film stars' pay over 'money worship and tax evasion'

China caps film stars' pay over 'money worship and tax evasion'
China's authorities say they are capping the pay of actors as part of a move to crack down on tax evasion and "money worship" in the industry. Actors in Chinese films and TV programmes will have their pay capped at 40% of total production costs. Meanwhile, ...

New leak reveals Najib's brother owns BVI firm

New leak reveals Najib's brother owns BVI firm
Former premier Najib Abdul Razak's brother Mohamed Nizam is among those named as the owner of an offshore company in the newly leaked documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca. The documents sighted by Malaysiakini showed that Nizam ...

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 ...

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