Links May 18

It’s Up to Governments to Stop Enabling Corruption Bloomberg

Editorial – Panama Papers: Money talks, but the pen is mightier than the sword The Malta Independent
See also: Malta: Panama Papers – minister Mizzi and chief of staff Schembri chose Swiss bank’s Panama subsidiary for bank account Malta Today, Story also involves New Zealand trusts

Beneficial ownership: Cayman Government says U.S. must sign first Cayman Compass

Director of BVI’s London Office tells BBC: BVI won’t budge until all countries do bvi news

Argentina offers new tax amnesty International Adviser

Ecuador President Calls for Elimination of Tax Havens Sputnik

Sri Lanka moving ahead with Panama Papers probe, says minister lanka business online

Mossack Fonseca faces sanctions in BVI La Prensa

UK non-dom’s children quarrel over division of Liechtenstein trust’s assets STEP

USA: Nonprofits Urge Public Disclosure of Country-by-Country Data Bloomberg BNA

Panama Papers Tie Mega-Donors to Offshore Tax Loopholes U.S. PIRG

Panama Papers: Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin paid secret commissions to offshore companies for contracts in Algeria The Star
“The Panama Papers contains contracts signed with a mysterious company in the British Virgin Islands that resemble those that led to bribery charges for work in Libya.:

Panama Papers Hub in Miami: Citigroup’s [Very] Private Bank Global Research

Panama Papers Reveal Offshore Holding Companies of Art World A-Listers Dominique Lévy and Ella Fontanals-Cisneros artnet



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