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Paradise Papers Expose Apple’s Discussions With Attorneys After Congressional Tax Investigation

The Paradise Papers documents include nearly 7 million loan agreements, financial statements, emails, trust deeds and other paperwork over nearly 50 years from inside Appleby, a prestigious offshore law firm with offices in Bermuda and beyond.

The leaked documents include files from the smaller, family-owned trust company, Asiaciti, and from company registries in 19 secrecy jurisdictions.

Political leaders, wealthy individuals, and businesses’ legal documents, emails, loan agreements, communications, financial statements, and tax strategies – are now all exposed.

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Panama Papers – Global Effects Thus Far & Continuing Impact

Ron Marini

In April 2016, we posted “Huge Leak From the Panamanian Law Firm Mossack Fonseca!” where we discuss that the offshore planning world was set on fire with the news that 11 million documents were leaked from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.

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Europe Begins Inquiry Into ‘Panama Papers’ & ‘Bahamian Papers’ – How Long Before You Are Discovered?

Ronald Marini

We previously posted two articles:

“Your Offshore Confidential Information Is Being Delivered Daily to Tax Authorities – New Leak of Bahamian Offshore Files!” and
“Mossack Fonseca Affected Taxpayers with Potential Exposure Should Consult with Counsel To Consider Their Legal Options Now!”

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Bahamas Leaks: ICIJ Exposes EU Officials, Politicians For New Leak Of Offshore Files

William Byrnes

A cache of leaked documents provides names of politicians and others linked to more than 175,000 Bahamian companies registered between 1990 and 2016.

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Former Russian Banker Allegedly Walked Away With $2 Billion In Bail Out Money

William Byrnes

SwissInfo reports the incredible story of Sergei Pugachev, who was called at one time “Putin’s Banker.” But the Russian President wants back $2 billion Russian government dollars that Pugachev allegedly pocketed that was meant to save a failing Russian bank. France will not extradite him.

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