Paradise Papers

The US government has imposed sanctions on the Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler, whose African business dealings were exposed in the Paradise Papers, over “hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of opaque and corrupt mining and oil deals” in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In a strongly worded statement, the US president, Donald Trump, placed […]

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On November 5, 2017, a massive leak of financial documents referred to as the Paradise Papers was released to the public. The leak involves multiple jurisdictions and contains nearly 13.4 million confidential electronic documents relating to offshore investment. The Paradise Papers comes largely from Appleby, a law firm based in Bermuda, and from the corporate […]

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21 December 2017 Josh White Margaret Hodge, UK MP for Barking, who chairs the All Parliamentary Party Group (APPG) on Responsible Tax, speaks to International Tax Review about the Paradise Papers and how best to tackle tax avoidance in a modern global economy. … read more at: http://www.internationaltaxreview.com/Article/3777212/Corporate-Tax/Q-A-Margaret-Hodge-on-the-Paradise-Papers-and-responsible-tax.html

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A watchdog group has filed a criminal complaint against the Anglo-Swiss commodities giant Glencore following revelations from the Paradise Papers. Human rights campaigners in Switzerland have formally asked the country’s attorney general to investigate how the multinational obtained a copper mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Under Swiss law, the office of […]

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PokerStars and PokerNews relationship revealed Most poker players, enthusiasts and fans had no idea that PokerStars was mentioned in the Paradise Papers. The revelations about PokerStars were… read more at: https://www.legaluspokersites.com/news/pokerstars-featured-paradise-papers-part-1/9833

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The investigative media group behind the recent Paradise Papers revelations has today released information from the corporate registers of four Caribbean jurisdictions that it says adds layers of information to the limited amount that the jurisdictions currently put into the public domain. The four jurisdictions named and shamed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists […]

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Jeremy Corbyn has expressed his support for the Guardian and the BBC in the face of legal action over their reporting on overseas tax havens, which he described as “an immoral scourge”. The Labour leader said the investigative reporting involved in the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers was essential to promoting democratic debate. Quick guide […]

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Jeremy Corbyn has expressed his support for the Guardian and the BBC in the face of legal action over their reporting on overseas tax havens, which he described as “an immoral scourge”. The Labour leader said the investigative reporting involved in the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers was essential to promoting democratic debate. Quick guide […]

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Law firm Appleby is taking legal action against the BBC and the Guardian over their reporting of leaked documents detailing offshore tax-avoidance schemes, known as the Paradise Papers. It is suing for breach of confidence and wants the documents disclosed. Appleby said confidential information had been taken in a “criminal act”. The BBC and the […]

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The Guardian is to defend robustly a legal action seeking to force the disclosure of the documents that formed the basis of its Paradise Papers investigation. The offshore company at the heart of the story, Appleby, has launched breach of confidence proceedings against the Guardian and the BBC. In legal correspondence, Appleby has also demanded […]

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