Links May 16

ActionAid report on developing countries at risk from tax havens Global Alliance for Tax Justice

Pakistan: Efforts being made to access $200 billion stashed in Swiss banks: Federal Law Minister Daily Pakistan

Pakistan: Parliament session begins, PM to answer questions regarding Panama Leaks The International News

PanamaPapers / BVI : Exceptional diamond deal suggests flaws in De Beers, Botswana relationship ANCIR

PanamaPapers: Hong Kong residency draws interest from China’s elite Nikkei Asian Review

Greece requests details of bank accounts linked to Panama Papers Kathimerini
Greek prosecutors requesting opening of accounts in Cyprus, Switzerland and Panama

How the U.S. and Britain help kleptocrats around the world — and how we pay the price as well The Washington Post

Re:Baltica Investigates Uzbek Elites’ Business in Latvia OCCRP
“Stories of fraud, bribery and attempted assassination”

Wolf Richter: Which US Companies Stockpile the Most Profit “Overseas?” But Where the Heck is the Money? naked capitalism

Rothschild Bank Now Under Criminal Investigation Over Missing $4 Billion in Global Corruption Probe The Free Thought Project

Gaddafi insider accused of using state cash to buy luxury Scottish hotels The Guardian

Panama Papers | Offshore became more popular in Malta after 2000 Malta Today
“Number-crunching the Panama Papers data: Mossack Fonseca clients favoured the British Virgin Islands for their offshore structures”

 

 


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