The leaked Panama Papers show that the firm at the centre of the affair had clients who were subject to international sanctions. The Syrian
Pressure grows on those named in “Panama Papers” Governments investigate possible wrongdoing Mossack Fonseca claims work is `misrepresented’
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday (April 4) he had done nothing wrong, after lawmakers called for an investigation into allegations
Thousands called on the PM to resign amid claims he benefited from offshore holdings in tax havens.
Holding money in offshore companies is not illegal. But in the wake of the “Panama papers” leak, it is claimed there is evidence of funds being
The Ukrainian President says he's done nothing wrong, as lawmakers call for an investigation into allegations he used an offshore firm to avoid tax.
Never one to shy away from the spotlight, Russian President Vladimir Putin has very publically labelled the Panama Papers revelations an attack on
Putin's name does not appear in the leaked documents, but those of some of his very close friends do.
The Panama Papers was the biggest data leak in history. Consisting of more than 11 million emails and files from a law firm specialising in offshore
No stranger to the spotlight, the world of football figures firmly in the “Panama papers” with players and top officials in the game’s governing body
“There are no safe havens for tax evaders and no-one should be in any doubt that the days of hiding money offshore are gone.” So says Britain’s tax
Over 11 million leaked documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca reveal how some of the world’s richest and most powerful people hide
Edward Snowden labelled it “the biggest leak in the history of data journalism,” but the release of the so-called Panama Papers had yet to draw a
A cache of more than 11 million secret documents has cast a light on the financial dealings of some of the world’s richest and most powerful people
Details are emerging from a giant leak of confidential documents: the so-called Panama Papers. Eleven million records expose the offshore holdings
The Swiss arm of the UK based bank HSBC is squirming with embarrassment after details emerged that it helped wealthy clients evade billions in tax
HSBC helped rich clients dodge tax, according to a report released by a group of investigative journalists. Details from thousands of accounts held
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International donors meet in Brussels with a view to raising funds for Mali; French President François Hollande calls in on the European Commission
The leaked list of names spans the globe, with current and former officials who stashed their cash in offshore accounts evading onerous taxes back
The few hiding money in offshore banks from the many who do not have the luxury…
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