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Panama Papers

Panama Papers: Who were the big players?

Panama Papers: Who were the big players?
The Panama Papers revealed a systemic challenge to global governance, in which the big players are major banks, multinationals and the biggest financial centres of all. Unsurprisingly, much of the coverage of the Panama Papers focused on juicy, individual ...

A YEAR AFTER PANAMA PAPERS, IS ENOUGH BEING DONE TO STOP ILLICIT FINANCE?

A YEAR AFTER PANAMA PAPERS, IS ENOUGH BEING DONE TO STOP ILLICIT FINANCE?
One year ago today a group of more than 300 journalists in 79 countries sent a powerful message to the corrupt: you can no longer hide. The publication of the Panama Papers on 3 April 2016 was a shot heard around the world against corruption. Suddenly one of ...

Why becoming a tax haven would be bad news for Britain

Why becoming a tax haven would be bad news for Britain
By Richard Murphy Theresa May and Philip Hammond have warned the EU that if they don’t like the Brexit deal, they could turn the UK into a tax haven. The truth is that being ‘offshore’ means being unfair and undemocratic – and you still pay tax 1 ...

Denmark should impose stricter money laundering rules after Panama Papers -minister

Denmark should impose stricter money laundering rules after Panama Papers -minister
Danish banks should significantly increase their focus on complying with rules to avoid money laundering and tax evasion, the Danish Financial Services Authority (FSA) said on Tuesday in a report in the wake of the so-called the Panama Papers. This was backed...

Four law firms disciplined for failing to comply with Panama Papers’ instructions

Four law firms disciplined for failing to comply with Panama Papers’ instructions
By  GEORGE PSYLLIDES Four law firms included in the so-called Panama Papers have been referred to the bar association’s disciplinary council for failing to comply with instructions, chairman Doros Ioannides told MPs on Wednesday. Speaking before ...

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