Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tag: Panama papers

Justice Department charges 4 men in Panama Papers scandal

“Today we announce the indictment of four individuals who allegedly defrauded the U.S. government through a large scale, intercontinental money laundering and wire fraud scheme, associated with Mossack Fonseca and its affiliates."

Law firm partners arrested in connection to Panama Papers scandal

Former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli and his family are also under investigation by authorities in Panama.

IT Employee Arrested For Allegedly Leaking Panama Papers

As police continue to investigate whether the suspect in custody is John Doe, his accomplice, or just a patsy, the Panama Papers have already contributed to the resignations of the prime minister of Iceland and the president of the Chilean chapter of Transparency International.

Why Set Up a Shell Company in Panama? The Psychology Driving...

“Whatever else they do, the Panama Papers give us insight into the extent of the psychological damage suffered by wealthy elites and those who serve them.”

Cameron Is Cornered

The Panama Papers exposed how the British prime minister benefited from his father’s stealth wealth.

Panama Papers Reveal Scandalous Hypocrisy

Mossack Fonseca is being branded as a criminal enterprise for the rich. OK, but it shares that shameful brand with our own state governments.

The Panama Papers: More Questions than Answers

With more revelations set to come from the Panama Papers, it’s too early to dismiss them.

Panama Papers Offer More Evidence That Free Trade Isn’t Really Free

As much as President Clinton and President Obama like to talk about "free trade" deals, the truth is that the working class ends up paying.

Panama Papers Expose Another Way Our Trade Agreements Fail Us

Harmonizing international tax law and prohibiting anonymous shell corporations should be at the center of our trade negotiations.

Head of Chile Chapter of Transparency International Resigns After Named in...

Delaveau resigned hours after Chile’s tax authority announced it would begin launching investigations into Chileans mentioned in the Panama Papers

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