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>The secret deals and hidden assets of some of the world’s richest and most powerful people have been revealed in the biggest trove of leaked offshore data in history.

>Branded the Pandora papers, the cache includes 11.9m files from companies hired by wealthy clients to create offshore structures and trusts in tax havens such as Panama, Dubai, Monaco, Switzerland and the Cayman Islands.

>They expose the secret offshore affairs of 35 world leaders, including current and former presidents, prime ministers and heads of state. They also shine a light on the secret finances of more than 300 other public officials such as government ministers, judges, mayors and military generals in more than 90 countries.

>More than 100 billionaires feature in the leaked data, as well as celebrities, rock stars and business leaders. Many use shell companies to hold luxury items such as property and yachts, as well as incognito bank accounts. There is even art ranging from looted Cambodian antiquities to paintings by Picasso and murals by Banksy.

>The Pandora papers reveal the inner workings of what is a shadow financial world, providing a rare window into the hidden operations of a global offshore economy that enables some of the world’s richest people to hide their wealth and in some cases pay little or no tax.



Lo dico prima di leggere effettivamente il filo e sapere chi siano i lider interessati, giusto per ridurre il bias.
Per questa roba tenere sempre presente che le ragioni saranno almeno parzialmente politiche. Sai chi viene esposto ma non davvero da chi, perché, o chi invece sia stato volutamente omesso.


>The files were leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) in Washington. It shared access to the leaked data with select media partners including the Guardian, BBC Panorama, Le Monde and the Washington Post. More than 600 journalists have sifted through the files as part of a massive global investigation.
Ok, da prendere con le pinze più lunghe a disposizione


>Setting up or benefiting from offshore entities is not itself illegal, and in some cases people may have legitimate reasons, such as security, for doing so.
Ma si sa già qualche nome?



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Ho riso per multiple "ragioni".


>Wellspring Philanthropic Fund
Mi ricorda qualcosa ma non so cosa




>droppano i pandora papers
>mezzo internet va giù
Coincidenza? IO NO CRETO.


Più probabile dipendesse dalla whistleblower di facebook.

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