Links May 3

India’s Experience with Exchange of Information Agreements CBGA

Missing Tax: Real Consequences – Public Services International May Day Statement Global Alliance for Tax Justice

Tax & Human Rights advocacy tool (second in series) Global Alliance for Tax Justice

How Nigeria’s lucrative oil profits disappear ANCIR

Botswana: Choppies share sale profits linked to offshore activity ANCIR
A network of proxies enabled one of Botswana’s wealthiest people to set up a holding company in the Bahamas

Offshore assets belong to Nigerian Senate president, not wife ANCIR

Leaks reveal Kenyan judge a director of multiple offshore companies ANCIR

Sri Lanka government promises to probe ‘each and every’ national mentioned in ‘Panama Papers’ First Post

Australia proposes reforms to boost anti-money laundering drive Reuters

Royal Canadian Mounted Police seek access to Panama Papers as part of tax-evasion investigation The Global And Mail

Iceland’s First Lady Linked to Offshore Investments ICIJ

Mossack Fonseca Malta loses name and director Times of Malta
The local office of Mossack Fonseca has removed its name from the entrance to its office, while its sole director has resigned and been replaced.

Dutch Parliament: “Remarkably many tax treaties with Dutch Caribbean countries” Curaçao Chronicle

Deal-hungry Swiss bank EFG International buys UBI’s Luxembourg wealth business Reuters

When it comes to taxes, there’s never been a better time to be a U.S. multinational The Washington Post




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