August 2018

“Según fuentes internas, su renuncia está relacionada con los Paradise Papers”, informa De Tijd. En noviembre de 2017, el Consorcio Internacional de Periodismo de Investigación (ICIJ, por sus siglas en inglés), publicó una investigación en que acusa a 127 líderes políticos y famosos internacionales de tener cuentas en paraísos fiscales. La publicación llamada Paradise Papers […]

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Mr. Cohen admitted to failing to pay taxes on more than $4 million in income, among other felonies. That income included what prosecutors described as $100,000 in 2014 from “brokering the sale of a piece of property in a private aviation community in Ocala, Florida.” The community is a fly-in development named Jumbolair, said Frank […]

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LONDON: President Mamnoon Hussain on Friday said that he stands by his famous statement about Panama leaks and still believes that the long arm of law will wrap its fingers around the corrupt people in Pakistan, ARY News reported. “Pakistan will progress, now the country will only progress,” Mamnoon Hussain told media in the British […]

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Le CEO de la Société Belge d’Investissement International a démissionné dans la foulée des révélations des Paradise Papers sur l’évasion fiscale, rapporte vendredi De Tijd. Fin de l’année passée, des milliers de documents ont fuité du cabinet d’avocats britannique Appleby. La Société Belge d’Investissement International, qui soutient les entreprises dans leur expansion à l’étranger, figurait […]

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De CEO van de Belgische Maatschappij voor Internationale Investeringen (BMI) heeft ontslag genomen in de nasleep van de Paradise Papers. Dat staat vrijdag in De Tijd. Eind vorig jaar lekten bijna zeven miljoen documenten uit bij het Britse advocatenkantoor Appleby. Ook de BMI, die Belgische bedrijven steunt in hun internationale expansie, kwam daarin voor. Ze […]

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By Kyle Wombolt and Jeremy Birch August 16, 2018, 3:28 PM EDT Law360 (August 16, 2018, 3:28 PM EDT) — Tax authorities in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands have joined forces to launch the Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement, or “J5,” alliance against transnational tax crime and money […]

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Jeremy Colombik, president of MSI, and Martin Eveleigh, president of Atlas Insurance Management, and Jonathan Reich, of Womble Carlyle Sandridge Rice, have all received the distinguished service award for their work with the North Carolina Captive Insurance Association. Colombik, Eveleigh, and Reich were presented the awards during the NCCIA’s annual conference in Charlotte. Eveleigh commented: […]

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Guardian US has today announced new appointments to its editorial team, adding to its news operations and putting increasing focus on issues such as climate change and inequality. Emily Holden has been appointed our new climate change, energy and environment reporter. Emily joins from Politico where she served as energy reporter. She will work closely […]

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European Parliament tribute to Caruana Galizia (Photo: European Parliament) Financial crime can often be complex, but this story is relatively simple. Two political operatives, Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi, the Iranian-owned Pilatus Bank, and an accountancy firm called Nexia BT, were exposed by the Panama Papers and by leaked reports from Malta’s anti-money laundering agency […]

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On July 23, 2018, the U.K. Parliament introduced a new bill on creating a public registry where foreign companies owning property in the country will have to disclose the names of their ultimate owners. Those concealing the information, or putting untrustworthy data on the registry, run the risk of fine and up to five years’ […]

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Head office of Winsome Diamonds at Opera House in Mumbai. Winsome owes .26 billion to a consortium of 15 Indian banks. (Express Photo/Vasant Prabhu/File) The country’s second largest wilful defaulter, Winsome Diamonds and Jewellery Ltd, diverted at least $750 million to six entities in Hong Kong, Bahamas and UAE, directly or indirectly controlled by its […]

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European Parliament tribute to Caruana Galizia (Photo: European Parliament) Financial crime can often be complex, but this story is relatively simple. Two political operatives, Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi, the Iranian-owned Pilatus Bank, and an accountancy firm called Nexia BT, were exposed by the Panama Papers and by leaked reports from Malta’s anti-money laundering agency […]

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