Paradise Papers

Hugh Tomlinson QC has been hired by the law firm suing the BBC and Guardian Appleby is seeking an injunction to stop anyone from publishing further details By Katherine Rushton For The Daily Mail Published: 20:28 EST, 17 January 2018 | Updated: 20:28 EST, 17 January 2018 … read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5282067/Hacked-chief-hired-Paradise-Papers-law-firm.html

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Mark Konza, deputy commissioner at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), told newspaper The Guardian: “These [leaks] send a clear message to those people who are involved with these types of service providers: if you’re getting involved in any arrangement that relies on secrecy then you can’t rely on secrecy. “What we’re seeing [increasingly] is there are […]

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Australian Taxation Office says investigation of data leak has identified 731 individuals and 344 corporate entities so far Gareth Hutchens Mon 15 Jan 2018 12.00 EST Last modified on Mon 15 Jan 2018 13.13 EST ‘The Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers led us to think about what’s happening with these intermediaries?’ says Mark Konza from the […]

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Image copyright Alamy MPs are “far from confident” that HM Revenue and Customs can deal with the tax avoidance allegations made in the wake of the Paradise Paper leaks. The public accounts committee said the department would also struggle to deal with the pressure of Brexit and its own internal changes. HMRC believes Brexit alone […]

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The president of Angola fired the head of the country’s wealth fund, José Filomeno Dos Santos, after he was named in the Paradise Papers for investing the country’s capital into ventures of personal interest via his friend’s firm, Quantum Global, The Guardian reported Thursday.   National Assembly Building (Photo: David Stanley, CC BY 2.0)Dos Santos was […]

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A Serbian minister is suing OCCRP partner KRIK for revealing he owns offshore companies and assets worth US$ 100 million. KRIK’s story is based on the Paradise Papers, a massive data leak from a law firm based in Bermuda. A cartoon depicts Nenad Pokovic gesturing beneath € signs (Photo: KRIK)The law firm Appleby had declared Nenad Popovic, a minister without […]

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HM Revenue and Customs is struggling to cope with a growing workload, including investigating revelations contained within the Paradise Papers, according to parliament’s spending watchdog. The public accounts committee has warned that it is “far from confident” that the tax authority has sufficient resources to scrutinise claims published in the Guardian last year arising from […]

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The Income Tax Department has so far been unable to make much headway in the investigation against the Indian entities and individuals named in the ‘Paradise Papers’. While the investigation is still on and the government is trying to track the transactions, it has not been able to find any major violations, sources told Moneycontrol. […]

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Jeff Kiger Business Reporter Jeff has worked at newspapers as a reporter, columnist, editor, photographer and copy editor since 1992. He started at the Post Bulletin in 1999. Kiger is the PB’s business reporter and writes a daily column, “Heard on the Street.” … read more at: http://www.postbulletin.com/news/local/what-are-the-paradise-papers/article_5c631b9e-556e-55dd-a9b5-0c6a4f976b1f.html

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