Tax Evasion

Allegations that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s wife owned a mysterious offshore Panama company called Egrant triggered a general election three months ago.  Over 100 days since the election, many questions remain unanswered and – if anything – the whole situation has become murkier.  Lovin Malta had closely followed the Egrant case in the months before the election […]

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Addressing Corruption with Clarity By Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, September 18, 2017 September 18, 2017 Introduction Thank you, Norm, for your generous introduction and for helping organize today’s forum. My thanks go as well to the Brookings Institution, the IFC, and the Partnership for Transparency Fund — in particular Frank […]

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In secret service circles, he was either known as “Institution M” or “The Man with Nine Fingers”, because of a missing digit on his left hand. Locals in his village thought he was called “Richard Nelson” but his bank clerk knew him as “Claus Möllner”. Politicians at the top of government simply referred to their […]

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Comment And so another international firm providing ‘professional services’ has thrown its reputation away, revealed to have taken enormous fees in South Africa for activities that are — at the very least — completely unprofessional. But, while KPMG and its senior staff may face serious consequences, there is a wider point: we, the public and […]

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Rohingya Muslims crisis: ‘Guru ka langar’ begins at Bangladesh-Myanmar border, target 35,000 meals per day Among satellite startups, Infostellar aims to make satellite access universal Future besties Taimur and Laksshya’s play date photo is the cutest The Panama Papers case, HSBC tax evasion case, action against shell companies and the ongoing probe into 14,000 properties […]

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