Panama Papers

Panama's government has revealed assets held by its banking system had grown by over $4bn (£3.1bn) in the first [...]

22 August 2016
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Financial advisers and accountants who help enable tax avoidance are to be targeted and heavily fined, under new [...]

17 August 2016
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Some of Britain's offshore companies have continued to wriggle out of new transparency restrictions according [...]

14 August 2016
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Predictably, reaction to the Prime Minister’s proposal of a new failure to prevent economic crime offence has [...]

4 June 2016
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Here in the City, we're used to a bit of banker-bashing - but now an Italian investigative journalist has given [...]

31 May 2016
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Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the heart of the Panama Paper's scandal, was reported to be closing its offices [...]

26 May 2016
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The Prime Minister's invitation to representatives of other governments to attend an Anti-Corruption Summit in [...]

12 May 2016
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Gordon Brown has become the latest former prime minister to back Britain’s membership of the European Union [...]

11 May 2016
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Yesterday, 355 economists signed a letter co-ordinated by Oxfam arguing that tax havens have “no useful purpose”. [...]

10 May 2016
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A database containing over 300,000 names connected with offshore accounts has gone live on the internet this evening. [...]

9 May 2016
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So-called rock star economist Thomas Piketty and Nobel prize-winner Angus Deaton are among 300 top economists [...]

9 May 2016
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The Prime Minister has promised to fight global corruption ahead of a summit due to be held in London this week [...]

8 May 2016
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A database packed with information from the Panama Papers leak is due to be released tomorrow, providing authorities [...]

8 May 2016
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The massive leak of offshore tax information from Mossack Fonseca may soon cause more ripples. [...]

27 April 2016
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Since the Panama Papers, the “offshore industry” has been in a media storm which has questioned the relevance, [...]

27 April 2016
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is still looking into the link between UK banks and the so-called Panama [...]

26 April 2016
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For the last three weeks, the Panama Papers have dominated headlines worldwide, leading to embarrassment, back-tracking [...]

25 April 2016
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HSBC's chairman Douglas Flint has admitted he is "not content" with the 23 per cent drop in the bank's share [...]

22 April 2016
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Rather like a quantitative version of Hello! magazine, the Panama papers made headlines everywhere. Read all about [...]

20 April 2016
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Four of the world’s foremost international bodies are to team up to launch a fresh fight against tax avoidance [...]

19 April 2016
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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has today opened a consultation seeking input on a new offence aimed at businesses [...]

17 April 2016
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David Cameron has had to ferociously defend himself against accusations of tax avoidance after his father's company [...]

16 April 2016
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Chancellor George Osborne has pushed for the creation of a global blacklist of tax havens, as well as sanctions [...]

16 April 2016
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The Panama Papers have claimed another government minister's scalp: this time it's Spain's acting industry minister [...]

15 April 2016
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A stream of seemingly constant scandals has made people demand more from their banks, a survey released today [...]

14 April 2016
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With the debate over whether politicians should be required to publish their tax returns, the past week has seen [...]

14 April 2016
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The Panama office of the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers scandal has been raided by the authorities, [...]

13 April 2016
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Anybody who had ever wondered about the incomes and outgoings of MP's finances has been spoilt for choice recently, [...]

12 April 2016
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Multinationals such as Google, Amazon, and Facebook are in danger of being forced by the European Commission [...]

12 April 2016
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David Cameron has done it, Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon have done it. Even George Osborne and Boris Johnson [...]

12 April 2016
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