Paradise Papers

By Nyein Nyein 21 March 2019 The global debate on the discloser of beneficial ownership, especially in the extractive industries, is scaling up. More access to information about who really benefits from the revenues is raising accountability and helping in the fight against corruption. Myanmar, an Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) candidate country, formed a Beneficial […]

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Given the recent pronouncements from some of the country’s greatest legal minds on the state of the country’s state of the rule of law, we can now perhaps stop blaming those meddling foreigners for taking our institutions, and the ways in which they have been used and abused, to task as they have done. We […]

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Ari Melber’s questions for Mark Zuckerberg and a special breakdown on links between a Kremlin billionaire, Facebook and Jared Kushner.Nov. 7, 2017 Read More … read more at: https://www.msnbc.com/the-beat-with-ari-melber/watch/-paradise-papers-link-zuckerberg-and-kremlin-investor-1089922115827

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Hong Kong has been ranked as the top international financial centre (IFC) in 2018, according to a report by Vistra. According to the study, the ranking is driven by a rise in Chinese firms listing in Hong Kong and increasing Chinese HNWI base. In terms of popularity, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and UK jointly […]

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We are delighted to invite applications from journalists, campaigners and academics based in Africa who would like to attend our five-day financial investigative journalism and digital security training course in Abuja. The dates for our Abuja training will be: Monday 1 July 2019 – Friday 5 July 2019 The deadline for applications is Wednesday 10 April at 12h00 BST […]

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We are delighted to invite applications from journalists, campaigners and academics based in Africa who would like to attend our five-day financial investigative journalism and digital security training course in Abuja. The dates for our Abuja training will be: Monday 1 July 2019 – Friday 5 July 2019 The deadline for applications is Wednesday 10 April at 12h00 BST […]

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Hong Kong is now the most popular jurisdiction, while the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the UK are ranked second, followed by the US and Singapore, according to research by the global trust and corporate services provider. The UK has dropped out of top position in the last 12 months as investors question longer-term post-Brexit […]

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Hong Kong is now the most popular jurisdiction, while the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the UK are ranked second, followed by the US and Singapore, according to research by the global trust and corporate services provider. The UK has dropped out of top position in the last 12 months as investors question longer-term post-Brexit […]

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Pelin Ülker The One Free Press Coalition, an initiative established during a meeting of the International Media Council at the recent World Economic Forum, has included Turkish reporter Pelin Ünker in its monthly list of “10 Most Urgent” journalists under attack or silenced, the Ahval news website reported, citing a Forbes report published Friday. “Pelin […]

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Pelin Ülker The One Free Press Coalition, an initiative established during a meeting of the International Media Council at the recent World Economic Forum, has included Turkish reporter Pelin Ünker in its monthly list of “10 Most Urgent” journalists under attack or silenced, the Ahval news website reported, citing a Forbes report published Friday. “Pelin […]

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Kenya’s High Court has struck down a tax agreement with offshore haven Mauritius, a potentially significant precedent for other African nations’ efforts to staunch billions of dollars in lost revenue. Justice Weldon Korir sided with Nairobi-based nonprofit Tax Justice Network – Africa, finding that the double tax avoidance agreement was unconstitutional. Kenya’s government had failed […]

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