Links Sep 22

Ecuador steps up campaign for a UN #Globaltaxbody Global Alliance for Tax Justice

How to hide it: inside the secret world of wealth managers The Guardian
“They know more about their clients than the clients’ own wives. They are loyal in the face of appalling behaviour. They are the brains behind the most ingenious tax avoidance schemes. And there are more of them than ever.”

Eurodad reaction to Bahamas Leaks

BVI Government & Private Sector Join Forces To Help Financial Services BVI Platinum News
BVI is building its lobbying muscle

Former EU Antitrust Chief Is Named in Bahamas Tax Haven Leaks Fortune Magazine

‘Bahamas Leaks’ puts spotlight on UBS and Credit Suisse swissinfo

Corporation tax is on a downward trend, says OECD The Guardian
The race to the bottom – read about Tax Wars here

Google raided as Indonesia launches criminal inquiry over unpaid tax claim The National

How do vulture funds manage to pay practically no tax in Ireland? Emma Clancy

Ireland’s IP ‘Knowledge Box’ – another tool for tax dodgers Emma Clancy

Ireland: Yes, we’re still a tax haven for tech giants Emma Clancy

Irish state marketed for tax avoidance since 1950s Emma Clancy

EU investigates Luxembourg’s tax treatment of French energy company Engie The Wall Street Journal

EU Expects Tax Avoidance Fight to Reaffirm Continent’s Relevance Bloomberg BNA

Apple tax bill just the tip of a $2.4 trillion iceberg CNBC

The Inclusion of Financial Services in EU Free Trade and Association Agreements: Effects on Money Laundering, Tax Evasion and Avoidance Ex-Post Impact Assessment Social Science Research Network

Broad Coalition Calls for Greater Corporate Disclosure Requirements from the SEC FACT Coalition

1 tax haven, 3 of Canada’s biggest banks, 2,000 offshore companies The Star

Maltese links in new ICIJ Bahamas leaks Times of Malta

Irish links in the Bahamas Leaks The Irish Times

150 Pakistanis linked to offshore companies in Bahamas The News

After Panama, Bahamas Papers expose more Indian names We For News

 

 


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